From the looks of it, it looks like an amazing augmentation to physical utensils and pencil and paper. I can see this really benefiting those that are visual learners, especially with the numerous colors and opportunities to have some creative freedom.

Submitted 4 years ago
Bria C.
Bria C.
Loyola University Maryland
Baltimore MD, US
My Rating

My Take

I like that it is engaging to the eye. Students would most likely be intrigued to its setup and the way in which they are to interact with it. I feel as though it gives the teacher a break from being in front of the class the entire time and gives students a sense of independence. The teacher is still able to move around the room but overall, it is a time for the students to practice on their own both visually and creatively. I would hope that their are explanations in this as well if a student were to make a mistake, or, some reinforcements throughout the website to help with understanding a certain topic. If not, this would be a great thing to implement, and until then, it'd be a great tool as a pre-assessment and the teacher could emphasize on the topics of questions that were missed the most.

How I Use It

I would use this as a review and/or as a way to take a brain break with purpose. I feel like this gives students a great opportunity to make a mistake without being too embarrassed since it can be an individual task. It is also a way for them to learn at their own pace and gain a better understanding of what has been taught throughout the class.