Learning by Questions (LbQ) is a classroom app filled with curriculum-aligned Question Sets and
immediate pupil feedback to super charge learning. LbQ reduces teacher workloads with automatic
marking and real-time lesson reports to verify learning as it happens. LbQ covers KS2 maths, English
and science plus KS3 maths, English, chemistry, physics and biology. LbQ won Innovator of the Year
Award at the 2019 BETT show.
Teachers use LbQ’s live data to pinpoint where intervention is needed and why. Pupils use devices
such as tablets, to progress through scaffolded Question Sets at their own pace and receive
immediate feedback as they answer. Results are automatically recorded to support assessment,
planning and save time.
Teachers can open a FREE LbQ account to access more than 50,000 high-quality questions (growing
at 3,000 per month) to use on their classroom displays.
Funded and owned by the Bowland Charitable Trust and led by the founder of Promethean Tony Cann
CBE, the team behind Learning by Questions has an established reputation for changing classrooms
around the world. Independent testing of the programme by the Institute for Effective Education
confirms that using LbQ could provide an additional term’s progress over a school year.