Teachers add drawings, text, images, audio, links, and videos to provide instruction or create assessments.
In 1:1 or small group settings, students input drawings, text, images, or audio in response to teacher-created material.
Teachers provide individualized, real-time feedback or allow students to give each other anonymous feedback.
Teachers can see who needs help and how students are progressing through the assignment.
Track your students’ progress as they work at their own pace.
Create or customize your own content with an array of tools -- or transform an assignment from our library.
Teachers and students help each other with digital hand raising.
Students demonstrate understanding in the ways that work best for them.
Never let learning be limited by location. Give individualized feedback while at home or on the go.
Our classroom was needed for a meeting, so some of my favorite kiddos and I got to work outside on this gorgeous day. Thanks to @desmos and @classkick we can move anywhere and continue our learning seamlessly! #engagefms #d100inspires
Today we started digging for spelling words! We used @Classkick to fill in our sentences with pictures of our spelling words! #dg58learns #pawsome58
@Classkick is a lifesaver and a huge time saver when it comes to assessing in kindergarten
This is amazing! Thanks for sharing @williamsmuir54 💚💚
This vid of a Room 120 scholar using @Classkick to explain his thinking says it all about the benefits of a student led classroom. He impressed all of us with his clarity and reasoning. #proudteachermoment #WeAreMuir #WeAre54 #Innovate54 #studentled
This week we have used @classkick as a platform to easily collect data on a self-made survey topic.#wearedirksen #firstgrade #classkick #firstgrademath #datacollection
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