What is Classtime?
Classtime helps teachers to find the clear path to student success. We deliver learning insights, giving you more time to teach!
Teachers can conveniently prepare or import questions and activate them on the students’ devices during a lesson so that everyone can participate. The educator can leverage instantaneous insights into every student’s understanding to teach with greater impact. Teachers can also then automatically grade the student responses and export all results and responses as a PDF or Excel spreadsheet.
Additionally, with our Collaborative Challenges, teachers can create a meaningful, engaging narrative around their questions and motivate their class to work and succeed together.
What can I do with Classtime?
As a teacher, you can use Classtime to:
EDUCATE STUDENTS: Create and share questions to help students reflect on their understanding and ask for help when it matters the most - during class.
GET LEARNING FEEDBACK: Get quality feedback on every student's learning progress in real-time on your device to understand more about your teaching impact.
ENGAGE STUDENTS: Have all students participate in class, or during homework, and open new possibilities for discussions and collaborative learning.
ANALYZE LEARNING ISSUES: Export a PDF or Excel spreadsheet and review each student's performance during or also after a class session to decide how to resolve their learning issues quickly and effectively.
SAVE TIME WITH GRADING: Allocate different points to each question and let Classtime auto-grade your class.
Who uses Classtime?
Primary, middle, and high school teachers
Higher education lecturers
Live streaming moderators
What makes Classtime unique?
Classtime is built for the highest reliability and flexibility during a live class, empowering the teacher to intervene and manage the class as needed.
Precise and flexible timing: specific questions and solutions can be shown and hidden as needed during a live session and students are allowed to join at any time. You can also flexibly define if you would like the Session to be student-paced (showing solutions immediately) or teacher-paced. It is also possible to run several live sessions in parallel, allowing to differentiate various sub-groups at the same time (with the same or different questions).
Powerful grading and student performance exports: allocate points to different questions and let Classtime do the grading for you. Afterward, you can export all student answers and per-question performance in a spreadsheet.
Access to 50,000+ free Questions: save time and get inspired by using our prepared Questions from our Curriculum partners and the Public Library.
Curriculum Page: Access high-quality formative and summative content from a variety of publishers on our Curriculum Page.
Variety of question types: we offer various question types such as multiple choice, checkboxes, free-text-answers, true-or-false, categorizer, sorter, highlight text, hot spot, and fill-in-the-gap.
Unlimited content for questions: while the title is capped at 170 characters, you can still add as many details in the additional description as you want. There is also no limit to the length and amount of answer options, giving you great flexibility. Additionally, you can use the markup language LaTeX to include mathematics notations wherever you would like. Or add images, audio, and YouTube clips to engage your students in different ways.
Collaborative Challenges: our Collaborative Challenges connect school curriculum to challenges in the real world in a collaborative manner: only if the class performs well while answering your questions, will the projected Challenge succeed!
Google Classroom Integration: Import classes from Google Classroom directly to Classtime with a few clicks. Easily sync grades across platforms.
Microsoft Teams Integration: Teachers on a School License can access Classtime as a trusted app within Microsoft Teams.
Explore hands-on how Classtime works by trying out the platform for free. It takes less than three minutes - it's that simple!
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