Teachers can use Homeroom to give parents a glimpse into the fun and learning happening in their classrooms every day. All of the posts in the album are visible to all group members, so posting individual student work wouldn't be as smooth as it is with other tools, like SeeSaw. Teachers could appoint a journalist-for-the-day or week to document class work and activities in videos and photos and share them through Homeroom. Teachers could also use the tool for regular parent communication, posting announcements in addition to sharing photos and videos.
High school teachers might find it a safe option for a safer, more regulated class social medium, but the appeal is mostly for parents.Continue reading Show less
Teachers can post text, videos, and photos to the Homeroom feed. Photos can also be viewed in a gallery-format. Setting up takes a few steps -- naming the album and inviting users by email. There's also an option to invite a batch of users using a link. The default setting allows any member to post, but teachers can control that in settings, restricting posts to the admin and allowing parents to comment and like posts. Posts can be deleted but not edited. There's no option for photo cropping or editing in the tool, either.Continue reading Show less
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