Curious about what we’ve been up to at ClassFlow? We have been working hard on the new release. Here’s a preview of the features we will be releasing after mid-August 2017! New Homepage: We’ve given a fresh look to the ClassFlow homepage, providing teachers with access to the Instant Whiteboard, quick polls, as well as the ability to quickly create lessons, activities, and assessments all in one place! Open Class: We are replacing “Ad hoc Class” with the “Open Class”...

Our ClassFlow team has noticed a recent increase in inquiries related to the ClassFlow Google Chrome App. In the spirit of best meeting the needs of our audience, we decided to reach out to Emma Leacy, Head of User Engagement, to share a little more about the ClassFlow Google Chrome App. Through this blog, Emma Leacy shares three simple steps to help our educators leverage the best of both worlds, Google & ClassFlow. Who hasn’t heard of Google?! I suspect you...

 There are four key catalysts when it comes to ensuring students have the necessary motivation to learn: engagement,personalisation, collaboration and feedback. These catalysts, are of course interrelated. For example, any teacher who delivers personalised learning knows their students. This in turn makes it easier for teachers to make learning more relevant and more meaningful, thereby increasing engagement. Likewise, teachers who engage in regular feedback and collaboration, are better placed to create relaxing, safe and supportive environments. Such spaces encourage learners to share ideas, to listen, and...

Maths has always been a subject children have a love/hate relationship with. With teachers challenged to do more with less – to meet this increasing demand for engagement and personalisation – edtech is now critical. Helping to create adaptive classrooms, ClassFlow is at the forefront of this change. Supporting maths teachers as they strive to deliver educational improvements, ClassFlow's free learning platform is designed to increase pupil engagement; and deliver a more one-to-one teaching and learning experience. With ClassFlow you can: Deliver interactive, collaborative lessons with the...

There is a lot of talk about the ‘modern classroom’, with technology in education cited as key to 21st-century learning. However, while today’s classroom is unrecognisable from 20 years ago, all too often it is simply the means of teaching that has changed (e.g. chalkboard to interactive whiteboard). Instead, to be truly modern we need to consider the reasons education must evolve, and what this change should look like, as well as the tools that will enable this transformation. For example: What...

When it comes to students working together, the terms collaborative learning and cooperative learning are often used interchangeably. But, while the purpose of these pedagogical methods is the same – to provide students with opportunities to engage with each other in thoughtful learning – there are some fundamental differences. So, it is important that teachers understand these if they are to be used effectively in the classroom. The similarities between cooperative and collaborative learning Here are just some of the similarities that...

Collaborative learning is necessary to cultivate the 21st-century skills required by employers. However, student collaboration requires a sophisticated approach. Supporting you as you strive to develop meaningful collaboration in the classroom – without having to invest in costly or complicated new hardware – ClassFlow is the one-stop-shop for all your educational technology needs....