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Oct 3
4 steps to better classroom engagement through social technology

4 steps to better classroom engagement through social technology

Traditionally, we’ve told students that the key to success is to sit still and be quiet in class. This certainly forces students to pay attention (that is, until they start doodling), but does this really teach them? More importantly, we live in a world fueled by social connections, long- and short-range communication, and teamwork. How


Oct 3
keep students focused using technology

3 surprising ways to keep students focused using technology

1. Allow smart phones in class Yes, you heard right! Mobile phones don’t have to mean disrupting beeps, giggles from back-row texters, or zonked-out young adults stuck on the fifth level of angry birds. Instead students can use them them to report feedback to you and even contribute in class with the help of mobile


Oct 3
multiple choice questions

3 Easy Ways to Write Better Multiple Choice Questions

With nClass, you can test your students’ knowledge on a day to day basis, but how do you make the most out of daily quizzes? The nClass team has these tips to help pick your students’ brains in a constructive way:   1. Make students apply their knowledge  It’s easy to memorize a concept, but are


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