A New FREE Tool for Collaborative Student Work

Posted: 05/02/2016 by broadyesl in assessment, collaboration, collaborative learning, Uncategorized

Want to assure that your students are all active participants?  Use an online platform. Here is one example:  https://spiral. It is free and holds much potential for teacher insight into student work while it happens… Instant feedback allows teachers to tailor their following teaching activities to student mastery.  Really cool!  I tried it out and like what it offers for smart board, computer 1:1 classrooms, as well as less technology classrooms.

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  1. broadyesl says:

    Reblogged this on BroadyESL and commented:

    Great tool for lesson planning for multi-levelled student groups!

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  3. Mark says:

    Spiral’s Team Up app is great for PBL too 🙂

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