Last week we released Classkick for students on the web, but teachers still need an iPad to use the app. Here’s why:
Although Classkick started off on iPads, under-resourced schools are moving towards lower-cost Chromebooks. This was our chance not only to increase access to Classkick for low-income students but also to support affordable technology.
As soon as it was ready, we released a free web version of Classkick for students at app.classkick.com. Now, instead of needing a class set of iPads, any teacher with just one iPad can use Classkick with their students on Chromebooks, desktops, laptops and/or iPads.
We’re hard at work building the teacher side of Classkick now. If you’re an educator and want to use Classkick from any web-enabled device, join the waitlist to be the first to get it free!
The Classkick Team
Are you a Classkick enthusiast? Consider becoming a Classkick Ambassador or Mentor to receive updates on the newest Classkick features and resources to share with teachers or promote on social media. More information here: http://www.classkick.com/ambassadors-and-mentors