Create assessment questions and place them throughout your classroom. Taking a quiz as fun and stress free as a Pokemon hunt!
Student Work Submissions
Students can draw on walls, add content, and add sticky notes throughout the classroom. Students can display knowledge in different ways then submit their work with a screenshot.
Easily add images, GIFs, and 3D Models from our content libraries.
Monitor multiple virtual classrooms at the same time from your dashboard. Get notified when someone requests help, and jump right in to help them.
Effectively manage your virtual classrooms with comprehensive Teacher Controls. Gather students directly in front of you with a single click!
Set the permissions for each classrooms to control what your students are able to do on their own.
The Classroom Editor allows teachers to easily customize their virtual classrooms with the content they use everyday, then spice it up with 3D manipulatives, text, GIFs and more to help illustrate their lessons.
Virtual classrooms are persistent (think of them as 3D websites) and can be altered, re-visited and re-used at any time.
Types of Content
Video are networked, meaning that it is shared with all users in the room. This makes watching content together as groups an easy task.
Audio is also networked, which makes listening to audio together as groups an easy task.
Images can be scaled, rotated, and positioned anywhere in the room.
GIFs can be access through our library. They can be scaled, rotated, and positioned anywhere in the room. This a great way to add some flavor and have some fun with your classroom!
YouTube videos can be added by copying and pasting their url.
3D Models can be accessed through our library and placed in the room. They can be scaled, rotated, and positioned anywhere. You can also add animation to them and allow them to be manipulated by your students. This is a very powerful tool to help illustrate ideas or concepts.
You can change color and the text can be scaled, rotated and placed anywhere in the room. Use scaling to make the text bigger and smaller. This is a very flexible tool and allows you to leave instructions or add context to lessons.
PDF Documents can be placed in a classroom. They can be scaled, rotated and placed anywhere in the classroom.They have controls that allow users to navigate to the next and previous pages. Use PDFs to display entire text books, or let students flip through slides at their own pace.
Links can be used to refer students to external websites from inside the room. A preview of the website will be shown, and users can click the "Open Link" button. You can link to any website, including other EdTech platforms, Google Forms, etc.
Create assessment questions and place them throughout your classroom. You can make taking a quiz as fun and stress free as a Pokemon hunt! Add an intro ticket to gauge a students mood, or add an exit ticket to conduct checks for understanding.
You can use the Toolbar to upload content to the room. Or, simply drag-and-drop any supported file into the browser window. You can also upload multiple items at the same time.
Simple Content Placement
For fast and precise positioning of content, the Object Menu has lots of options to position and manipulate anything inside of your room quickly.
You can place content in a predefined area of the room (for example on a wall), straighten, flip or make the object face you. You can scale, rotate and nudge the object in different directions for perfect alignment.
Add Descriptions And Inspect Objects
You can add descriptions to the content you place in your classroom. Students can then inspect them and get a unique 360 degree view with your description.
Use this feature to create gallery walkthroughs or to add detail and context to your content.
Students can choose how they want to represent themselves. They can select from any of the featured avatars in our menu.
Voice and text chat
Students can communicate via voice or text chat.
Lets you draw in 3D space. You can change the pen's size and color, undo strokes, and even generate 3D models from your drawing.
3D models also offer new ways for students to truly connect to the subject matter by examining and manipulating artifacts, specimens, and anatomical structures.
Share content and websites as easily as you would over Zoom.
Create fast notes and stick them anywhere in the room and move them around freely.