by Ignite Teaching
Ignite Teaching is a browser-based collaborative tool designed for K-12 and higher education students. Multiple students can create presentations or projects from scratch using Ignite Teaching’s formatting options, and teachers can use the Ignite Teaching’s Spark Analytics Engine to track students’ work on projects. The student editing and creation tool is free to use, but the Spark Analytics Engine requires a subscription.
Teachers and students can both create projects using Ignite Teaching. The interface includes a toolbar of different formatting options including adding content, managing layers, and duplicating layers. After texts, images, or videos have been added, users can customize the size, capacity, rotation, etc. Users can also add multiple pages and manage these pages through a dashboard. Multiple users can work on the same project simultaneously.
In addition to the editing features, teachers can also add students and share projects within a classroom. Teachers will also have access to the Spark Analytics Engine, a tracking and assessment tool. This tool organizes the amount and types of edits on a project by each student and automatically organizes the information into a graph or a chart. For example, the teacher can choose to create a 3D bar chart detailing the amount of changed texts, added words, background changes, added media, etc. for each student or a line chart that counts the number of edits per student against time.
Ignite Teaching is both browser-based as well as offered as a mobile application.
Ignite Teaching’s basic editing and project-creating tool is free to use. Ignite Teaching’s Spark Analytics Engine requires one of two subscription types: $3 Monthly Recurring or $25 Annual Recurring.
Pricing information can be found here.
WHO IS USING IT
Ignite Teaching is currently being used by over 1,000 students and teachers.
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