Classroom of students using ClassFlow

ClassFlow Uncomplicates Your Classroom

teacherEver listen to a technology demonstration where the introduction takes forever, and the actual presentation starts your eyes blinking uncontrollably, and even your hair hurts trying to understand? Most times we make technology too difficult by making it too complicated. When that happens during a presentation to a group of multi-level and technology-varied educators, there is no way they’re going to jump up and shout, “We can do this! We need this!” Enter ClassFlow—it’s free—and it has educators shouting, “We can do this! We need this!”

Recently, groups of educators, administrators, and school leaders previewed a learning-changing classroom concept and solution called ClassFlow (@ClassFlow on Twitter). They saw a complete solution for creating multimedia lessons, quickly and easily, in the cloud. They also watched those simple-to-create but robust lessons presented. What they saw was a mobile educator orchestrating a lesson as students interacted and participated on their Bring Your Own Devices. Text and images and video appeared immediately on individual devices—lesson content could be viewed on handhelds or the interactive board or both, spontaneously and simultaneously. There was no need to re-format anything, and every user was an active part of the lesson. Imagine an entire class of mathematicians, scientists, wordsmiths, or researchers participating at the same time. Educators no longer need to be technologists, but rather can concentrate on teaching. Setup is a one-step breeze. That’s ClassFlow—and those educators and school leaders shouted—in unison, “We can do this! We need this!” You will, too.

classflowSign up to get your own ClassFlow news and updates at and invite your colleagues, administrators, and faculty, too. Follow ClassFlow on Twitter at @ClassFlow.

Editor’s Note: OK, we know Uncomplicates isn’t a real word, yet, but using ClassFlow will make it one fast!

Ken Royal

Ken Royal is an educator with 34 years of classroom/school and instructional technology teaching experience, as well as a blogger on all things education and education technology. Teaching accomplishments include: 4-time district teacher of the year, Connecticut Middle School Teacher of the Year, as well as Bill and Melinda Gates award for Technology School of Excellence. He is an Education storyteller. Follow @KenRoyal on Twitter.
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