Through GoClass, teachers can create and broadcast content directly to student devices—including tablets, smartphones and PCs—while simultaneously projecting supporting learning media to a shared screen. Virtual white boarding and scribble functionality enable collaborative interaction around learning exercises while real-time assessments and reports give teachers insight into cognitive gaps. If you do not already have a GoClass account, you can set one up for free at the GoClass website.
GoClass lesson plans are organized into three distinct sections—Show, Explain & Ask—allowing teachers to populate and organize images, documents, videos, URLs, teacher notes and assessments into a structured sequence of lesson plan elements.
Instructors equipped with the GoClass App on their Android devices can share these elements with a class by broadcasting them to student devices or projecting them to the front of the room using a standard LCD projector or large screen TV. To enable cloud-based projection on Android devices, instructors need to log in to https://goclass.com/project/login.aspx using a laptop, which can be connected to a projector. GoClass treats the projector and the student device as two independent channels for sharing content and the teacher has complete control over what is rendered on each.
Classroom management features provide instructors insight into student attention and engagement levels while in-class assessments provide instructors with immediate feedback on student performance.
This update to GoClass introduces new capabilities for you and your students. Instructors can initiate pin-based sessions allowing students to quickly access live sessions by simply entering a pin number—no username and password required.
This update also integrates the Scribble feature with GoClass Assessments. Students can now respond to assessment questions using the scribble feature to perform actions that demonstrate their knowledge.
Requirements: Android OS 3.0 and above
Best viewed on following devices:
- Nexus 10 inch
- Nexus 7 inch
- Nexus 4 inch (For Students)
Parents out there who are apprehensive about buying your Child a Lego Mindstorms kit can now go ahead and buy them one as your child is going to make good use of it by using this app. The app can be used for building small to advanced, cool Robots for improving your personal creativity and for school science projects.
The objective of this app is help children to build Robot Models and make use of the Mindstorms kit to the fullest.
Individual projects containing high resolution images for use in classrooms/ Computers/ projectors may be purchased from us. For more information mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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