Classkick is a free app that students work on and get help instantly from their teacher and peers.
Students work on assignments with their Chromebooks, laptops, or iPads, while getting help from teachers and peers instantly. Teachers create assignments, see all their students’ work in real-time, and give LOTS of student feedback. Best of all, students can help each other anonymously.
Using Classkick, feedback to students increases by 300% and grading time is cut in half.
“Classkick is every teacher’s dream.” - Lynne Shalman, Chapin School
“Students love Classkick...it was magic!” - Greg Port, Seton College
- CREATE paperless assignments using existing worksheets, audio, video or web content.
- SEE every students’ work simultaneously.
- GIVE instant feedback when it is most important.
- FACILITATE peer-to-peer feedback and learning.
- WORK at their own pace and even on their own time.
- ASK for help privately.
- HELP their peers.
- in class or at home.
- in traditional or flipped classrooms.
- as a group together or on your own time individually.
- station work
- do nows/exit slips
- guided practice
- independent practice
• Stability improvements
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
I love the idea of Classkick. It is easy to use, allows me to quickly and efficiently give feedback and help students, and lets students anonymously help each other. My issue is that the interface is not as friendly. It is not very smooth to write on. You cannot zoom in very much. There is little option for font and color. My students do not like writing in it, so I am looking for an app that does all the same things, but is smoother.
Good, needs a few new features.
It’s great for not having to download assignments, but then your palm hits the type or line buttons, and your page is a mess or “insert text” and —————-. Palm rejection, iOS 13 gestures, and more importantly Apple Pencil support would make this app great, and most of those features are built into iOS and are easy to add.
Notability is better
After using the app I found that it was difficult to use.
One issue is that the controls are bad and it’s hard to customize the text box when you are typing in a text box. Another issue was that because I had so many tabs open on my iPad I was closing them out and after I closed out the tab for classkick the app kicked me out and would not let me sign back in. I’d definitely encourage Notability over classkick.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.