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 emerged during the pre-class activity.
Instructors organize an engaging knowledge quiz with Quiz tool to help students gain an awareness of their understanding and areas of improvement, at the same time consolidating and building on their knowledge.
Students use the knowledge and insights gained from previous steps to work on a deliverable that they will hand in for peer review and teacher feedback.
Groups receive instant feedback on low-level writing skills (reference style, grammar, spelling, etc.) within the Automated Feedback tool.
At the same time, students give comments on other groups’ work based on teacher-defined rubric in the Peer Review tool. This process stimulates meaningful dialogues, critical thinking, and self-regulatory skills.
Students improve their work based on the feedback received in previous steps, then submit the final drafts. They receive teacher feedback based on a set of criteria within the Assignment Review tool.