We are two teachers using technology to make the lives of students and teachers easier. Our mission is to create a classroom in which students can easily ask for help without stifling the flow of a lesson. Using our website, teachers can efficiently organize student questions. This system allows teachers to tend to each individual student need without interrupting learning. A site made for teachers by teachers.
Teachers & Students Love ClassroomQ
We used ClassroomQ today. I thought the concept was cool but I was little unsure of how it would work. After using it for 30 minutes, I can honestly say I’m hooked! I have never felt so calm. I was basically rendered speechless when asked about it. (I think I just used the word “great” several times.) I was able to track student progress and I could quickly decide if the next student on the list needed in-person help or just a comment on their Google doc. I now have a record of which students I helped and can look back at it to see which students I should check in with next week. Can’t wait to use this for writing conferences!
Oh MY GOSH!! We tried it in class today & LOVED LOVED LOVED! I’m spreading the word! Oh, did I tell you…WE LOVED it!!?!!
I just wanted to reach out and let you know that your site has become an invaluable tool in our classroom when doing independent work. Last week I gave my students the option of using ClassroomQ or our usual method of raising hands. They unanimously chose ClassroomQ. They were very enthusiastic about using it. That’s a big deal for 8th graders! Thanks for the creativity and initiative!
Using ClassroomQ has allowed me to maximize class time. As an English language arts teacher, much class time is assigned to independent work. With ClassroomQ, students can quickly add their name to let me know they have a question, and go right back to work until I can get to them. It really helps with the efficiency of my classroom management.
One of the many benefits of ClassroomQ is that it’s a great tool for students who don’t usually raise their hands. This is a fantastic way for reluctant students to ask for help more frequently!
ClassroomQ has enabled my students to become more independent in their learning. No more questions interrupting class, no more embarrassment signaling for help – students work at their own pace, in their own space and let me know how I can help them – it has revolutionized the way my classroom runs!