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Bring assessment into your classroom that goes beyond the grade

A platform built to showcase growth and learning in and out of the classroom
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Assessment tools made specifically for the classroom

Features built into Spaces are designed to document the day-by-day learning in your school and to showcase the process and progress of classroom learning.
  • 3 types of Spaces for your classroom
  • Manage Activities for assessing students
  • Connect work to curriculum outcomes
  • Student artifacts all in one feed
  • Message students and families
  • Comment on student work in real-time

How does Spaces work?

Create as many Spaces as you need from three different Space types, each designed for your classroom needs. Easily move from one Space to another depending on how students want to learn
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The default class Space. Where teachers can engage with class-wide discussion, share files & media with all students.
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For engaging with select groups of students within your class. Posts that students share remain visible to you and their group -- not the entire class.
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A Space unique to each individual learner - allowing students to engage directly with the teacher or share evidence of their learning with family.
Curriculum Tags

Chronicle every piece of classroom learning

Curriculum tags lets teachers tag every piece of student documentation with specific curriculum criteria or required standards.
  • Tag outcomes specific to your classroom
  • Showcase student progress over time
  • Identify areas requiring improvement
  • Curate a trail of evidence behind learning
  • Celebrate the product of student learning
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An example Activity named “Creative Presentation”, with details on start and due dates, chat messages, and an overview of the number of submitted and reviewed work.

Get the best out of your students

Activities enable teachers to queue, manage and provide direct feedback to sudents’ work. Enabling learners to ask the right questions and put forward their best work.
  • Queue activities for specific dates
  • Assign activities to groups or individuals
  • Identify students’ progress at a glance
  • Intervene with feedback where necessary
  • Curate or repurpose activities for future use
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Tanya Clift
District Career Facilitator
It allows student voice and the voice of students you may not hear to express themselves. I got to hear the thoughts of students who I have never been able to hear from before in the classroom.
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Tasha Royer
Teacher, Elizabeth Barrett Elementary School
I think in a nutshell it combines the things we love about Google Classroom, the things that we love about Flipgrid, and a messaging tool like Remind into one streamlined location. This is amazing!
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Christine Berckart
Teacher, Leadership Academy at Forest Oak

Why bring Spaces into your classroom?

A Space for any Reason

Classroom, Group and Individual Spaces allow educators the power to create Spaces for different learning environments and to meet students' specific needs
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A private post of a video of a student smiling outdoors. Her mother and teacher congratulated her on her progress in the comment section.
A teacher posts instructions for a photography project. Behind the instructions is a collection of submissions from students with images attached to each post.

Manage and assign Activities

Queue and assign activities to students while monitoring activities in progress, providing live feedback and completion status.

Give students the option to ask questions during assignments or allow resubmissions to allow them to put forward their best work.
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Connect students’ work to specific curriculum outcomes or standards

Connect each piece of students' work to specific curriculum outcomes required in your classroom.

Assignments, presentations, group projects, and tests can all be tagged as documentation to equip educators to tell the story behind the grade.
Within a student’s capstone project post, the teacher comments with constructive feedback, and tags the process of work with a Curriculum Tag.
A student replies to her music teacher’s constructive feedback with an audio file of her practicing the saxophone.

Improve feedback & communication

With Spaces, student performance and assessment becomes a two-way conversation.

Provide real-time feedback on student work through commenting and messaging without leaving the app.
With parent communication, you can finally give parents a window into the classroom.
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