Learn about some of the favorite ClassFlow features as shared by three ClassFlow Ambassadors.

What are your favorite ClassFlow features and why do you love them?

At ClassFlow, we know everyone has different reasons for why they use the tools they use in their classroom. With all that ClassFlow has to offer, we wanted to hear from teachers regarding what features of ClassFlow they love the most. We asked our ClassFlow Ambassadors “What is your favorite ClassFlow feature and why do you love it?” Below you’ll find three responses from the ClassFlow Community.

 

Eve Heaton, ClassFlow Ambassador

My favorite ClassFlow feature is the camera tool for students when sending out a creative poll. It is my favorite ClassFlow element because it allows students to get up and move during a lesson. We all know it is hard for a lot of students to sit still, so I’m always looking for ways to incorporate movement into my lessons. The camera tool makes it easy! I’ve used it in math, asking students to take pictures of 3D shapes in the classroom and circle the vertices, edges, and sides. I’ve used it in an Introduction to Light science lesson and had students take pictures of light sources within the classroom. In an ELA lesson, I had students snap photos of their friends in prepositional positions (over, under, next to, etc.). Kids love using their camera, and it is a fun way to get them engaged in lessons.

I’m always looking for ways to incorporate movement into my lessons. @atechcoachlife #edtech #classflowlove Click To Tweet

Dave Blanchard, ClassFlow Ambassador

My favorite ClassFlow feature is the ability to seamlessly share cards with learners. With a simple click of a share button, I can update all of the devices with new content, links, videos, or even poll questions! Being able to group learners into groups allows me to share differentiated content with select groups of learners. ClassFlow allows me to send my “Teacher Cards” directly out to learner devices, or have customized “Student Cards” that appear automatically when advancing through a lesson.

Being able to group learners into groups allows me to share differentiated content with select groups of learners. @000dave #classflowlove Click To Tweet

 

We’d love to hear from you too! Please share with us your answer to this question to become a part of the next blog: How do you make ClassFlow age relevant ?