ClassFlow Update Introduces New Classroom Activity Feed

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Social Media-Inspired Feed Offers New Feature for Student and Parent Engagement

ClassFlowTM, the free, next-generation lesson delivery software, will launch a new, social media-inspired activity feed feature to serve as a communication hub for teachers, students, and parents. The activity feed is now available on ClassFlow.com, and it will also be available within the companion ClassFlow Moments app in September.

“Technology has redefined how we connect, share and learn,” said Vin Riera, CEO of Promethean. “Outside of the classroom, ClassFlow’s activity feed extends the traditional learning space, and makes it easier for teachers, students, and parents to communicate and collaborate.”

With the new activity feed, teachers can share lessons, activities, and assignments that they have previously delivered or shared through ClassFlow to the class activity feed via their browser. In addition, teachers can post photos and announcements to the class activity feed, as well as send private messages to parents either from their browser or now directly from the upgraded ClassFlow Moments app.  Teachers can also use their browser or the Moments app to award badges to students. The updated Moments app gives parents the opportunity to view the classroom activity feed, private posts from the teacher, and badges their students earn. 

Additional updates now available on ClassFlow include:

  • A redesigned homepage where ClassFlow’s most useful tools and the most downloaded ClassFlow Marketplace lessons are now prominently displayed;
  • An updated interactive poll results viewer that makes it easy to either categorize or create a visual map of student responses in real-time;
  • And a revamped assessment builder, now accessible directly from the homepage, to simplify the process of building an assessment.

For more information on ClassFlow, visit www.ClassFlow.com

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