Teaching with student-led software raises many questions for teachers…
- Should I introduce the lesson before having the students jump in to the software? Or, should I let them explore the software, and then discuss the content with them?
- What if students want to progress farther ahead in the software on their own? Should I let them?
- If the students can learn directly from the software, what exactly is my role as the teacher?
As technology often “makes our lives easier,” it can also leave us wondering about the best way to integrate it.
That’s why I created this video, How to Teach with Student-Led Software, to provide teachers with some clear answers to these questions. After watching the video, I think you’ll find that working with student-led software is easy, beneficial, and promotes higher-quality interaction time with your students.
It seems counter-intuitive, but properly using student-led software promotes one-on-one, small group, and large group interaction between students and teachers!
Watch this short video and learn the benefits and ease of teaching with student-led software.
To learn more about teaching with the SOAR Learning & Soft Skills App (student-led software for teaching study skills), click HERE.
To our students’ success,
Susan Kruger, M.Ed.
Founder of SOAR