Facilitate interaction and participation in class with innovative features
Keyword: Students can share ideas using keywords, it is particularly useful during dialectical discussions and SWOT analysis.
E-book: Read online e-books designated by the teacher, can do notes, add bookmarks, print out and download.
Drawing: Students can draw, write or put e-stickers on backgrounds or graphics designated by the teacher.
Mind-map: Student can finish their mind-map based on the topic set by the teacher.
Open-ended questions: Students can answer open-ended questions, write short essays and etc.
Quiz: Students can answer various formats of questions, including MC questions, matching questions and fill-in-the-blank questions.
Peer review: Teachers can allow students to view each others’assignments, give out marks and comments, and share their work to social media sites.
MC questions: Students can complete mini-quizzes, questionnaires and etc. Teachers are able to view the results and analysis immediately.
Drag-and-drop Matching: Student can complete drag-and-drop matching, and they can check the answer instantly.
By questions: View statistics of the whole class’performance in a pie chart.
By student: View students’score distributions of different subjects in a radar chart.
By courses: View the whole class’score distributions in a pie chart.
Voice recording: Students can record voice clips and sumbit them to their teachers, it is particularly useful for oral training lessons.
Video recording: Students can upload video assignments and share with their peers.
Built-in browser: Students can view related information online when teachers provide them with the website link.
Augmented Reality (AR) teaching: Stereoscopic three-dimensional maps can help students to better understand concepts.