iTeach 1 : Collaborative, Independent, Engaging

iTeach is a short and simple story which elaborate simple features of future ready learning and teaching experience. iTeach simplify the most exciting experience of teaching and learning experience into simple title, elaboration, simple step, and representative pictures.  iTeach will be source of inspiration for students, teachers, administrator, edu-preneur, and government to redesign learning and teaching experience.

This is iTeach 1 Steven : Collaborative, Independent, Engaging.

iTeach 1 Steven is inspired by Social Studies, ICT & Entrepreneurship class at Sampoerna Academy L’Avenue from August – November 2016.

Here are some amazing features, tools, and simple steps of iTeach 1 Steven.

Collaborative Learning

Building various learning materials with students with Google Slides. 

Work together with students to add text, pictures, video in one collaborative slide.

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Independent Learning

Watch, Practice, Publish your Coding experience with Google CS First & Scratch.

Sign up your students. Pick a theme. Track their progress. Broadcast their Project.

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Engaging Assessment

Gamify your assessment with Kahoot!

Find or Create Questions. Display Scoreboard. Get Feedback.

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Collaborative. Independent. Engaging.

Do you have similar experience of those with different apps or strategies?

Do you have other features of powerful learning?

Share your iTeach too !

I am strong believer that those elements are powerful for meaningful learning. If you want to learn more detail steps of how implementing these features in your classroom, please feel free to contact me at I would be gladly provide detail online instruction with tutorial video and easy steps to bring this to your class !


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