Skaffl is a workflow solution designed for the iPad, enabling teachers to upload, distribute, collect and grade assignments. Students can complete work directly on the app, and teachers can track student progress in real time.
Skaffl consolidates multiple functionalities into one place, so teachers can integrate all the steps of the assignment process into one interface. Using Skaffl, teachers can organize and track individual and aggregate assignments and student work.
On Skaffl, teachers set up a class (as many as they would like), and start uploading assignments to specific due dates on a calendar shared with the class. For each assignment, a teacher can then track a student’s progress, as the assignment moves from the Not Turned-in to Turned-in tab as each student completes it. Teachers can then give feedback and grades to students from within the application.
Students can complete assignments on Skaffl using text input and drawing functionalities, and teachers can observe student progress in real time to check understanding and process.
Assignment creation and completion functionalities are available offline, so students and teachers can work on Skaffl without Internet connection.
Skaffl is available on iPads only, through the App Store.
Skaffl Basic is free, and allows teachers to upload up to 100 assignments in PDF or DOC(X) form, with a 10MB file size limit. For $12/month or $99/year, Skaffl Premium supports unlimited assignments, including web-based creations, and a larger variety of file types and sizes, including video, webclips and audio. Schools and districts can contact Skaffl’s sales team for volume pricing.
WHO IS USING IT
Skaffl finished beta testing this summer, and is currently used by fewer than five schools.
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