Teachers and school admins worldwide are facing challenging times as schools remain closed or are at risk of being closed at short notice. Books can be taken home, lessons can be held online, and tasks can be sent home via different media. One of the most urgent questions at the moment, however, seems to be how can teachers follow and monitor the individual learning processes of their students in real time. How can a teacher or a school admin get an overall big picture of the progress the students are making while they are studying at home? The tool for wrapping everything up and getting organized is needed.
Qridi is the tool for solving these challenges. Qridi has been used in remote learning with great results, and therefore many cities in Finland have guided their schools and teachers to use Qridi for supporting their students while schools are closed.
Benefits of Qridi in remote learning:
How does Qridi work in remote learning?
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In the beginning of remote learning I started using Qridi together with two other platforms. Little by little functions that were not necessary were left out and only Qridi remained. I have never given my students so much feedback and support. Even the most quiet student has had courage to speak and express his most beautiful strengths.
Let me just say that even after only two days, the only students I know WHAT EXACTLY they are doing and HOW they are doing it will be the students of the QRIDI test groups; it is because of this a feedback tool and our current e-learning platform does not provide us with one.
Now, after the first week of remote learning I want to thank Qridi. Your product is excellent and it has helped enormously in this situation. Before I did not understand its possibilities. Our teachers have created magnificent learning experiences with Qridi and both students and teachers are highly motivated.