With the Comprehension tool, instructors create critical comprehension activities where students explore course material and identify specific topics or themes based on instructors’ primed annotations. This step encourages asynchronous engagement and makes sure students are well-prepared for in-class deep dives.
Instructors organize an interactive in-class session using the Interactive Presentation tool to dive deeper into the content covered prior to class time, by explaining the misconceptions and answering the questions that emerged during the pre-class activity.
Students work in groups to produce a deliverable (1st draft) using the knowledge and insights gained from previous steps.
Groups submit their drafts to the Peer Review tool, where they provide feedback on other groups’ work based on a set of criteria. This process stimulates meaningful dialogue and trains critical thinking skills.
Groups improve their product based on the peer feedback and teacher insights received in the previous session, then submit their final products and receive teacher feedback based on a set of criteria within the Assignment Review tool.