Thinkie is a multi-user teaching product for Biology, Chemistry and Physics GCSE that has:
- Over 450 pages of teaching resources called "Topic Summaries",
- Over 150 Q&A resources
- 49 full end of topic assessments and marking schemes
- Over 1500 web-links to topic related videos, educational pages and animations
How many teachers can use Thinkie? The login we supply covers up to 10 science teachers within your department. Discounts are available for multiple schools within trusts.
Can students access Thinkie themselves? Yes! When your department purchases Thinkie, you also receive access for up to 200 students.
How long does access last? Each subscription pack is for 1 year. However, you retain a master-copy folder.
How easy is it to access online? Just go to our website and choose the topic you need. Enter your teacher password and off you go. You can use it on a whiteboard, your PC or even your mobile - it adapts to the way you teach.
Is there anything that might prevent me from using Thinkie? You'll need an internet connection to access the full online Thinkie package.
What if I lose my password? It's a department password, so just ask a colleague or contact us.
What if my student's lose their passwords? It's a school password, so they can ask a school friend or ask a teacher.
Can I print out Thinkie resources?You can download and print the Practice Questions and the End of Topic Assessments for your students. The Topic Summaries are for online access only - but can be accessed 24/7 by both teachers and students.
What about password security? All our products are watermarked with the school name. Password sharing outside the school is strictly prohibited for both teachers and students. The teacher and student passwords are enabled for the number of users in that school only, so if passwords are shared outside the school it will stop the school from using the products.
We routinely track password usage via IP address and location, and our system tracks usage and highlights any unauthorised patterns of usage. If this happens we reserve the right to cancel and re-issue passwords, or withdraw the service entirely.