“My class attendance rates have increased and I have noticed an immediate difference in student motivation. The feedback and evaluation features are simple to use and have added incredible energy to my lessons.”

– John Spence, Teacher & School Owner

Giving regular feedback to students helps motivate them to continue learning outside the classroom in order to achieve better results.

Choose from a multitude of evaluation criteria including:

  • Speaking
  • Listening
  • Reading
  • Writing
  • Fluency
  • Grammar
  • Vocabulary
  • Structure
  • Students will only see what the teachers evaluate them on.
  • Teachers choose which criteria to evaluate student’s on based on what they cover in class.

Example feedback from teacher

Positive feedback is a very effective way to motivate students. Taking any and every opportunity to express positive thoughts about a job well done will help inspire students to learn outside of the classroom.

Do not miss out on the opportunity to inspire positive feelings towards learning and encourage students to become active learners.

The only way to ensure that students don’t continue making the same mistakes is to give them feedback. Without feedback they will often feel as though they are making no mistakes or even worse that you don’t care.

Feedback shows you care and that you are listening.

Giving feedback shows that you were listening and it provides value to the entire learning experience.

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