Friday, 20 June 2014

Now it’s even easier for teachers to join your school with “Teacher Join Codes”.

We want to make it as easy as possible for you to get your teaching colleagues up and running in your zondle school and we’ve always felt that the way we were doing things was a little clunky. So today we have released a new feature to make it really nice and easy to get other teachers in your school up and running on zondle.

Teacher Join Codes can be entered by a new or existing teacher to join your school. Simply unlock the school, hand out the Teacher Join Code to other teachers in your school and when they go to add their students they will be able to enter it and be added to your school instantly.

 This video explains how it works:

Sunday, 15 June 2014

Great new "ABRSM Grade 2 Music Theory" zondle Pack released!

We are delighted that our wonderful partner LearnATune has just added yet another great zondle Pack to the zondle Marketplace.  Here is the description:

"Learn or teach music theory the fun way with sets of questions playable in games and printable workbooks including colourful summarised topic notes and written worksheets. Play games like Bat The Rat, Space Destroyer or Penalty Shootout on a PC or mobile/tablet and track scores automatically in a Gradebook.

Available with both student and teacher licences, the latter allows both one-on-one and school teachers to set up a class (or classes) in any way they wish (level, age, instrument etc.), add an unlimited number of students and keep track of their progress in the Gradebook. The inclusion of zondle's popular zondle Team Play is great for interactive whole class lessons, where students view colourful summarised tutorial slides and split into teams to answer the quiz questions.

This pack is based on the ABRSM grade 2 syllabus and builds on the topics learnt in grade one including treble and bass clefs (including up to two ledger lines above and below the stave), time values (from semiquavers to semibreves, dotted notes, triplets plus halving and doubling), time signatures (2/4, 3/4, 4/4, common time, 2/2, 3/2, 4/2, cut common time, and 3/8), note and rest groupings, accidentals (plus enharmonics, tones and semitones), the major and minor scale (harmonic and melodic forms), key signatures and keys, numbered intervals, tonic triads, music terms and signs, as well as composing a four bar rhythm."

Click here for a FREE starter Pack for yourself!

Click here to purchase the full Pack for your yourself!

Click here for a FREE starter Pack for your school!

Click here to purchase the full Pack for your school!