Teachers, if you haven’t tried ClassroomQ yet, check out this writeup from @jessxbo to see what we can do to make your life a little easier. We’re in the business of making teacher’s lives easier. Goodness knows we could all use a little of that!
ClassroomQ allows teachers to see what students need help in an simple, organized way. We give quiet kids a voice and remove the stigma often attached to asking the teacher questions or requesting help. Tell us how ClassroomQ is making your classroom a better learning environment!
Attention Teachers: we would love for all of you to experience all the features of ClassroomQ, especially the Pro ones! Upgrade to Pro for FREE for the last couple of months of the school year to unlock all of our helpful tools. Basic or new users, simply choose to make your account Pro and then use the discount code THANKQ. “ThankQ” for a fantastic school year of streamlined classrooms!
So we’ve compiled this amazing video of educators all over the US saying why they love ClassroomQ, check it out below!
We’d love to follow this one up with a video featuring users outside of the US. If you’d like to be a part of the international video, please reach out to us on Twitter, Facebook, or via email at email@example.com!
We’ve been featured in yet another education blog, check it out below!
“How many times have you been bombarded with a sea of full of student hands and had no idea where to start? It can be difficult to answer all of your student’s questions in a timely manner. A friend of mine, created a new website called ClassroomQ to address this dilemma. Here is how the site works…”
Check out the latest write-up of ClassroomQ below!
“ClassroomQ’s mission is to create a classroom in which students can easily ask for help without stifling the flow of a lesson. They’ve created a sort of digital hand raising tool to be used by students and teachers. Using the 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…”