Get quick video feedback from students. Start with an icebreaker, add weekly reflections, share book talks, explore STEM principles, give mini-presentations ... any Topic to ignite discussion! School experts include Colleen Williamson, Katie Voss, and Patrick Huewe.
Create presentations that contain quizzes, polls, videos, images, drawing-boards, or web content. They can also access over 7K k-12 standards-aligned lessons. Students access a teacher’s presentation through a code. Teachers can move the class through the presentation and let them interact with the media as they go. They can also opt for student-paced, where the student controls the flow of the lesson. School experts include Tanya Roth and Nolan Clarke.
A free assessment tool that lets you create questions to deliver to students, add other content to the questions (an image, text, a whiteboard doodle or a YouTube video, for example), watch as students answer, and leave real-time feedback. School experts include Dustin Delfin and Travis Menghini.
Introduce students to self-paced learning with interactive video lessons. It's easy to add your own voice narration and questions! Check if students are watching your videos, how many times they're watching each section, and if they're understanding the content. Use videos from YouTube, Khan Academy, Crash Course and more. If you'd rather record and upload your own video, go for it! School experts include Stacey Morgan.
A free graphing and teaching tool for math. In addition to plotting equations, classroom activities are available to help students learn about a variety of math concepts. School experts include Melanie Moody.
Web-based Clicker System includes a Confusion Meter, polls, quizzes and discussions (create an event and deliver any of these on the fly or pre-planned. The confusion-meter lets you constantly ask students if they understand or are confused. School experts include Al Begrowicz.