What will I learn?
Spiral is an excellent collaboration tool. The stand out function for us is CLIP. Clip lets you take a video from YouTube and add questions to it before sharing it with students. As students watch the video on the teacher’s device/screen, questions pop up on the students’ devices. Responses can be reviewed across the class and even expanded on. Genius!
What are you going to learn about?
In this FREE Learning Trunk, you’ll learn how Spiral works and develop a good understanding of how the dashboard works for quick fire quizzes and using YouTube and Vimeo clips.
Who is hosting this Learning Trunk?
This is a CURATED Learning Trunk built for you from content sourced online. We have selected these particular videos after reviewing several available online.
How long do I need?
Around 50 minutes.
Anything else I need to know?
We have set this Learning Trunk so that you progress through each video in any order.
This Learning Trunk covers...
FREE!Collaborative Learning with Spiral
Overview of Spiral's Dashboard
How to Launch your First Quickfire
How Quickfire Groups Similar Answers
How Quickfire Handles Multiple-Choice Questions
How to Create Steps within a Question
How to use Step to record teacher feedback and second student attempts at a question
See Student Answers Before Revealing them on your Projected Screen
Launching your first Clip with a multiple choice question
Launching your First Discuss
Shuffle in Discuss - allow students to comment on another student's answer
How to set up Teams in Team Up
How to Review a Student's Work in a Previous Class and Enroll them onto New Classes
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