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Why Teachers Love Using Spaces

Teachers across K-12 and higher education love to showcase the growth of their students with Spaces 

Teachers Share How They Use Spaces

 

A Window into the Classroom

Learn why Leslie uses Spaces to give feedback and provide Parents a window into the classroom
Social Studies
Leslie G. from Albany, NY
Social Studies Teacher
 

Platform for Distance and Hybrid Learning

Learn how Jennifer uses Spaces as a way to keep students active, showcase creativity and keep them away from the screen.
Distance and Hybrid Learning
Jennifer T. from Charlottesville, VA
Grade 6, 7 & 8 Teacher
 

Platform for Self-Reflection and Parent Feedback

Learn how Manuela’s school uses Spaces as a way to encourage student self-reflection and keep parents in the loop
Parent Feedback
Manuela A. from Brooklyn, NY
Technology Integrator
 

Document Student Growth Over Time

See how Kelsey uses Spaces as a way to assess and document student progress over time.
Student Growth
Kelsey V. from B.C, Canada
Secondary School Teacher
 

Proficiency and Mastery of Second Languages

Find out how Rachel uses Spaces to provide a safe environment for students to practice pronunciation and make mistakes without worry.
Second Languages
Rachel T. from Pittsburgh, PA
Spanish Teacher
 

Assessment and Growth in the Same Space

Learn how Sue uses Spaces in her music class to help students see their achievements in their learning.
Assessment and Growth
Sue. from Kenora, ON
Music Instructor
A student posting a pizza they made for dinner, reflecting back on their cooking journey and how much they have learned.

Capture

Using personal or shared devices, your students capture media (photos, videos, audio, words, or external links) to document their learning.

Digital portfolios are useful in education as a way to document learning. Students can record their daily work and reflect on what they learned. They can also add commentary around how they feel about what they’ve learned.

Reflect

Encourage your students to think critically and communicate openly about their accomplishments, challenges and failures through reflection prompts.

Enable students to reflect on their work. Challenge students to think about what they've learned through probing questions - capturing key takeaways and lessons around what the student would do differently next time.

Grow

See how your students change, approach problems differently, and progress towards goals with each new artifact they add to their portfolio feed.

The space within a digital portfolio gives students the room to not only make mistakes but demonstrate the reflection and progression necessary to ultimately show how far they’ve come on their mastery of that concept.

Regular portfolio curation allows educators to use the documentation to conduct formative assessments too. Engage students with ongoing feedback and commentary – not just a final grade.
Case Studies

How have Teachers Implemented Spaces in their Classrooms?

Hear real-world examples from teachers who successfully use Spaces in the classroom today

Promoting Student Voice at Rocky View Schools

Tasked with a new strategic plan, Rocky View Schools was looking for new ways to leverage technology to boost student-led and student engagement initiatives.

With Spaces, Rocky View Schools has transformed the way they engage with students and have been able to successfully execute on the pillars of their four-year plan.

View Case Study
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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

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