When we started Riddle we didn’t expect it to be so popular as an educational resource. We regularly get emails from teachers and education centres across the world asking questions about our products. Sometimes they pass on fantastic learning stories and we LOVE this! One thing becomes obvious. It is not just the students who are curious to learn more about everything around them.

Teachers are using Riddle in all sorts of inventive ways to cajole their students into thinking about the subject in new ways; to test each other, or to immerse themselves into the world they are learning about.

Using our quiz maker tools an an educational resource

We published this education infographic  in response to the information we received from teachers. It shows just how important interactive tools are becoming in learning for students. However, we were delighted when MERLOT the Multimedia Educational Resource for Learning and Online Teaching reviewed us.

Here are some of the bits we liked the best but you can find the whole education review here.

  • “Very easy to use. Just sign up for an account and the appropriate templates are at your fingertips. Polling, surveys and lists are easy to compose. Interactivity can reinforce lesson content.”
  • “The material can be used to improve learning by engaging the student with interactivity. A well-structured Riddle that incorporates materials from the subject matter can be easily integrated into a lesson.”
  • “The material can be used to improve learning by engaging the student with interactivity. A well-structured Riddle that incorporates materials from the subject matter can be easily integrated into a lesson.”

We’ve got more information here on using our interactive content as an educational resource. If you’ve got any questions just email us on hello@riddle.com.

PS Is it just me or should more organisations be named after wine grapes?

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