Teachers get access to ready-made lesson plans and resources created by subject experts.
Teachers can create original content to support their classroom and instructional needs.
Teachers can project material in the classroom or make it directly available to students on their devices.
Teachers can receive direct and immediate feedback from students on assignments.
Teachers can perform quick polls among students and monitor comprehension reports which track levels of engagement and understanding over time.
Teachers can approve external applications and learning tools that extend beyond SPORK content, providing access to these applications for students anywhere, any time.
SPORK iPlanner builds a list of Instructional Instruments organized by an outline—the scope of material to be covered in the course. It allows the planning and execution of lesson plans aligned with the outline, and provides options to create and access your own material, or to build on material created by other users. It also allows the content created in iPlanner to be utilized during class or released later to student tablets, and makes sure that the visibility of the instruments can be configured only upon the teacher’s approval.
The SPORK Task Tool enables building and storing problem sets, questions, and assignments into a library and organizing them into homework sets, quizzes, and tests.
Gives an option to include the problem sets either into an “aKit” (by Authors) or into an iPlanner (by Teachers).