What is ClassFlow?
ClassFlow - the “all-in-one” teaching tool for creating & orchestrating interactive multi-media lessons across a connected learning environment. ClassFlow has received 2014 commendations from prestigious organizations such as SIIA and The ComputED Gazette.
Open a free account on www.ClassFlow.com and use the ClassFlow suite of mobile apps to enhance your classroom interaction, personalization & collaboration.
ClassFlow Teacher app
ClassFlow Student app
How to get started?
Teachers can register for a free ClassFlow account and begin lesson creation & planning at www.ClassFlow.com, without the need to download any apps. ClassFlow can be used with any computer, any operating system and most leading brands of classroom displays (interactive whiteboards, projectors, etc.) & connected devices. To drive interactive lessons from anywhere in the classroom, any mobile device or tablet can be used with the ClassFlow Teacher app. To share content between teacher and student devices, there should be at least one connected student device with the ClassFlow Student app downloaded. All devices need an Internet connection.
Bring your classroom devices to life
—Deliver interactive multi-media lessons throughout your connected classroom.
Gain real-time insight and feedback
— Receive real-time insight into student learning and progress through rich interactive & differentiated formative assessment.
Differentiate instruction & assessment
—Customize multi-media lesson content based on individual learning style & conduct self-paced, leveled assignments.
Use one single platform for creating & storing your interactive multi-media lessons
—Search & import existing content such as SMART Notebook files, PDFs, Microsoft Word & PowerPoint™ docs, Promethean ActivInspire flipcharts, and video files from multiple sources.
With ClassFlow Teacher App you can:
•Navigate your lesson while displaying it on your classroom display, from anywhere in the classroom.
•Take a picture; share it immediately with your class to start a collaborative discussion.
•Control a live polling session, including a pause for teachable moments.
•Interact with and annotate lesson content from anywhere in the classroom.
•Share interactive content with students on ...