Using Unio in Class
We want to make sure you get the most out of Unio so we have partnered with teachers and learning technologists to show you the many ways you can use Unio in your classroom.
Already used Unio in class? We would love to hear from you and share your experience with the other members of Unio’s teaching community. Please do get in touch!
Getting Started with Unio in Class
In this video, Mark Anderson, former school leader with more than twenty years of experience in the classroom and voted as the most influential person in education technology in the UK and Europe, explains how to use Unio in your classroom. Read Mark's review of Unio here.
Delivering Interactive Content with Unio
Richard Byrne, founder of freetech4teachers.com, former high school social studies teacher and five time winner of he Edublogs Award for Best Resource Sharing Blog, will show you how to use Unio to deliver interactive lessons in your classroom. Read Richard's review of Unio here.
Using Unio for Giving Feedback to Students
Danny Nicholson has over 15 years experience teaching and is the founder of the Whiteboard Blog. In this video, Danny discusses how you can use Unio's annotation tools, overview of student screens, quizzes and emojis to give students feedback.
Ms Christina Bury
Director of Learning, Felsted Preparatory School
Using Unio is a far more personalised way of learning — it is both a way of keeping pupils with you and engaged, and enables pupils to lead their own learning. There are so many features of a lesson all in one place, if you embrace it fully it will make your life easier!
Mr Joe Blaney
Teacher & Computing Coordinator, Royal Kent School
Class collaboration is very important to us so the interactive screens were pivotal in our choice of Unio. I can monitor the progress of 30 students at at a glance. Unio really does help engage and enhance a child’s educational experience.