Practically launches free teacher app

Experiential learning app, Practically, has launched a teacher app as a part of the Practically School Solution (PSS) suite.

The app, integrated into the existing Practically app which is designed to make learning immersive for students of classes 6-12, has been launched on the occasion of Teachers’ Day.

It offers a premier classroom experience with easy and user-friendly features to promote better interaction and engagement with students.

Teachers can conduct classes via app or the teacher web portal depending upon their convenience. Moreover, apart from school teachers, any teaching professional across the world can enable their offline and online classes and benefit from highly immersive and engaging content via the solution, absolutely free.

The app eases the otherwise tedious processes involved in online and offline teaching-learning for teachers and students by enabling sessions and classroom creation in two easy steps.

“Users will now have the option to choose whether to continue as a student or teacher as they log into the app. The app offers free access to a vast content library with an exhaustive list of 3D videos, simulations and AR experiences. Tests can be customised by grade, chapter or subject with numerous quizzes, learning packages and state-of-the-art analytics to review the student engagement and performance,” stated a media statement from the company.

With the simplified classroom setup and user interface, teachers can now share classroom IDs or just a link with students to enter their virtual classroom. The app allows to create a one off or recurring session at a designated time with automatic notifications sent to students, the statement added.

Speaking on the launch of the app, Subbarao Siddabatula, founder & CEO at Practically said: “The all-in-one integrated app and revamped teacher web portal offer a complete solution catered to the academic needs of teachers and students for an engaging classroom experience. Through this platform, we are delivering the best learning experience that enables better student-teacher interface, higher attention spans and better learning outcomes. The app will help teachers use immersive visuals, storytelling techniques and analytics to ensure concept clarity with instant doubt resolution thus making both online and physical classes more engaging and effective.”

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