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Monday, November 24, 2014

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Laetitia

Bonjour! Thanks for that. Have you tried Zondle? This is what I use but I was wondering how it compared. Can you see what pupils have done and how well they have done or not? If you have tried Zondle, could you tell me why you prefer memrise? Thanks.

Alex Collingridge

You might remember I like this. Still do, and it works well with all sorts of learners. Once they introduce the teacher tools in the new year sometime, I'm planning on using it as a flipping tool.

Good idea about Memrise hero of the month as well!

Sr Fuller

Alex, I completely agree- the more details we can have about how the students are doing the better! I've had a few chats with the Memrise team recently and their plans sound really exciting.

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