classkick t.i.m.e.

1. Objective

After completing this module, the professional learner will be able to:

  1. Conduct real time, self paced, assignments and activities with his or her students
  2. Save and access quick assignment results
  3. Understand real time, self paced assignments and activities from a student’s perspective
2. Support

We would like you to accomplish the tasks listed below.  If you need support, please consider the following resources:

  1. Watching the video tutorial
  2. Watch the student tutorial and teacher training videos:  click here
  3. Asking a colleague around you for assistance
  4. Asking one of the CBD trainers for assistance
3. Tasks
  1. Find a partner to practice Classkick (or use two devices)
  2. Both participants should visit or download the Classkick app.
    1. One participant will click on the “Teacher” or “Get Started” button and complete the steps to create a teacher account.
    2. The other participant will be the student and will receive a code to type in once an assignment has been created.
  3. From your teacher account, click “+” (top right) to create an assignment or browse an existing assignment. Title your assignment and click on the first blank page to add content.
  4. Create your first page and be sure to include some of the following elements:
    1. Text
    2. Drawing
    3. Photo
    4. Audio Recording
    5. Web Link
  5. Click the back arrow once you have completed that page and select “+” (on the right) to create a second page (you can also use the 3 dots for more options)
  6. Once your pages are complete, click “assign a roster” to add a new roster. Share the code with your partner and have them log in.
  7. Your partner can work through the assignment while you “View Student Work” on your screen
    1. Try delivering feedback by typing or writing
    2. Try adding stickers or audio notes
    3. Score work by adding a score to the current slide
  8. Now let’s switch roles. Go back to step 2 and practice it from the other role.

If you finish early, here are extension tasks to try:

  1. As a student:
    1. complete the assignment using the text, drawing, and eraser tools
    2. raise your hand to signal for help
    3. raise your hand to signal checking your work
  2. As a teacher:
    1. acknowledge your student’s hand that was raised
    2. offer assistance to your student by drawing on their page
    3. check your student’s work by providing comments/feedback and/or points
  3. Practice creating new assignments or browsing the existing assignments