Tuesday, 6 November 2012

FREE CPD: Teaching and learning through whole-class games with zondle Team Play

zondle is excited to be able to offer you a FREE CPD opportunity with M-BESC (Centre for Mind and Brain in Educational & Social Contexts) at the University of Bristol.

The session is Teaching and learning through whole-class games with zondle Team Play and will be presented Dr Paul Howard-Jones (M-BESC) and Wayne Holmes (zondle). It's being held on Wednesday 28th November (5.00 pm - 7.00 pm) at Bristol University Graduate School of Education, 35 Berkeley Square, BS8 1JA 

For a downloadable PDF of these details, please click here.


zondle Team Play: 
  • a FREE tool for teachers that can transform almost any lesson in any subject into an immersive game experience, creating intense engagement, supporting learning and generating lots of fun 
  • applies our understanding about the brain’s reward and memory processes
  • comes with over 12,000 ready-made topics and enables you to create your own 
  • can connect a whole class through their own Internet enabled devices 
  • is suitable for primary, secondary and higher education 

This event will present the research undertaken at M-BESC from which zondle Team Play was developed, and will provide you with a practical introduction to using Team Play in your classroom or lecture theatre. 

If you would like to attend, please register at www.zondle.eventbrite.com OR email ben.barton@zondle.com by Friday 9th November. 

Please note that is anticipated that this event will be greatly oversubscribed and there will be a waiting list. If you are allocated a place but are unable to attend, please inform us immediately, so that someone else can have your place. 


zondle Team Play: whole-class teaching with games informed by neuroscience. 

“To say the children enjoyed their first go at zondle Team Play would be an understatement!” Dawn Hallybone, Year 5 teacher

“Highly stimulating and motivational!” post-graduate masters student 

“…it was clear from the class I attended that this method engages children. There is growing evidence that it also encourages them to learn more.” Matthew Taylor, RSA Chief Executive, previously Chief Adviser on Political Strategy to the Prime Minister. 

Find out more about zondle Team Play on www.zondle.com, or listen to BBC Radio 4 coverage on http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b017cfkq and http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b00sxgs6.ben.barton@zondle.com