Jeremy Levin

Jeremy Levin

Sundays with BELTA Webinar Series 2018-2019

Getting creative with Socrative

Jeremy Levin

7 April 2019


In this webinar, we will explore Socrative and test out all the obvious functions as well as look at some not so obvious but very useful function. Socrative delivers simple technology to enable instant classroom engagement, assessment, and personalization through quizzing, races, live polling, and more. This tool allows teachers to receive feedback from their students in real time so they can personalize instruction. Socrative can not only liven up classes, but also make life easier for teachers. All you and your students need is a device with an internet connection and you’re ready to go!

In this workshop, you will learn how to:

  • Run a Quiz(multiple choice, True/False, short answer / fill in the blank) and instantly look at the detailed results both for the group and each individual student.
  • Run a Space Race: doing quizzes in a fun and competitive way.
  • Brainstorm ideas and vote on the best one.
  • Highlight and correct mistakes in students’ writing without having to single them out
  • See how we can use Socrative for anonymous peer feedback all while having control and knowing which student says what comment.
  • Import and share quizzes easily

Jeremy's Bio:

Jeremy Levin’s teaching career began in 2006, and he has been dedicated to this profession ever since. Jeremy specializes in making gamification and implementing educational technology tools in the classroom such as Socrative, Quizlet, Kahoot!, GoFormative, Zipgrade, and more. His experience spans from teaching training courses in multinational companies to teaching English and Communications in universities and business schools. Jeremy currently works at SKEMA Business School and coordinates the language courses and teachers for the ESDHEM program, which encompasses three campuses in France (Lille, Paris, Sophia Antipolis), one in the USA (Raleigh, NC), and one in China (Suzhou). Jeremy is the current TESOL France Vice-President and coordinates workshops for their branch in Lille. When he’s not teaching, you may find him working on his own electronic music productions, DJing, or even crate-digging in record shops.