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We asked 1,095 maths teachers what they think about Eedi

95%

Said Eedi enables them to understand what their students do and don’t understand. They use the time they would otherwise have spent marking on providing their students with feedback and doing analysis.

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How diagnostic questions identify what students don't know and why.

Diagnostic Question are not just multiple choice questions. They are multiple choice questions designed in such a way that each incorrect answer reveals a specific misconception, and so that it is not possible to arrive at the correct answer whilst still holding a key misconception. Each misconception,  requires it’s own unique support.

answer

150°

CONSTRUCT

Subtract multiple-digit integers mentally.

MISCONCEPTION

May suggest that the student understands that angles on a straight line must add up to 180°, and is able to identify the relevant angle, but has made a common arithmetic error when subtracting 65 from 180.

Support

Resource on mental subtraction, followed by  exercises designed to help students develop fluency and automaticity in this skill.

answer

65°

CONSTRUCT

Find missing angles using angles on a straight line.

MISCONCEPTION

May be the result of the student muddling up their angle facts, mistakenly thinking this is an example of opposite angles  being equal.

Support

Resource to illustrate the relationship between angles on a straight line. Exercise where they are challenged to match up an assortment of diagrams with the angle fact they represent.

answer

85°

CONSTRUCT

Find missing angles using angles on a straight line.

MISCONCEPTION

May imply that the student is aware of the concept that angles on a straight line must add up to 180°, but has included all visible angles in their calculations.

Support

Resource to illustrate the relationship between angles on a straight line. Selection of examples and non-examples of angles on a straight line.

Eedi makes it easy to

Identify misconceptions

Eedi does not just tell you that some students have got questions incorrect – it gives you an insight into why they have gone wrong, which is the first step to helping them resolve the issues.

Distinguish performance from learning

Just because a student can do something now, does that mean they will be able to do it in 3 weeks’ time? With Eedi’s schemes of work, you can find out as follow-up quizzes are atomically set at key points in the future.

Save time

Eedi does the time-consuming element of marking for you, providing you with actionable insights. Spend your time thinking hard about things that will make a difference to your students.

Eedi works with all the popular schemes of work

Maths
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What teachers say about Eedi

"A huge range of questions available, but can search by author to refine the search.  A very useful tool to add a new dimension to your teaching/assessment."

Edwin

Teacher
Scolloway, United Kingdom

"Excellent multiple choice options that make students think hard, rather than quick-clicking in a sleepy state! Arghh-there’s so much more to say."

Sheila

Teacher
Welling, United Kingdom

"The questions are really good, especially the collections. The system is easy to use. The visual representation of the results is great for discussions with students."

Emily

Teacher
Norfolk, United Kingdom

Eedi is free for schools. And always will be.

We’re proud that Eedi’s bank of diagnostic questions and quizzes is free for schools and always will be. Working with our partners in education, research and technology we’re now building some extraordinary “next generation” tools & services which will make Eedi even more valuable to schools and parents.Some of these will be free, and some will be paid for.

We’re confident that Eedi’s core product will remain free to schools, and we expect many schools will be delighted to continue using Eedi without ever paying a penny.

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