Classkick (@classkick) is a free, interactive platform in which iPad using students and teachers can work collaboratively. Teachers or students can serve as mentors for each other, and work can be submitted as well as shared. Today at the ISTE 2015 conference I interviewed Andrew, with Classkick, about the platform and some of its capabilities.

Here is the official 1.5 minute intro to Classkick.

* Full Disclosure: ISTE provided me with a free “media pass” as an educational blogger this year. I am sharing multiple interviews like this from Philadelphia as an official conference Storychaser.


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  • Taylor Calvi

    Hi! I am a student in Dr. Strange’s EMD 310 class at the University of South Alabama. I really enjoyed this post because I have never heard of ClassKick, so it was really interesting to learn about through the two videos I watched. I think that ClassKick is a very good idea, and it seems like teachers and students seem to be pleased with it. Thank you for a great post!

  • Robert Weatherford

    I have never heard of Classkick until today. Thank you for keeping me informed!

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