TinyTap Assignments

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Manage Student Learning and Encourage Parent Participation                   Easily assign activities to students and measure results on TinyTap. From independent learning, to class tests, assigning activities on TinyTap makes it easier to organize class activities and measure student understanding.     Manage Class Homework   Engage students and quickly grade lessons by assigning homework on TinyTap. And, encourage parent participation by adding them to your group and connected them to their child’s … Read More

Introducing Talk or Type

Talk or Type

Create voice-based activities with immediate feedback that empowers students to engage and learn     Introducing Talk or Type, a new feature that enables students to answer text based questions through speech. We have updated our Tap n’ Type feature to allow students to answer based on their learning styles and writing abilities.   Writing an answer is not always ideal for all students. Many are still learning how to write and those new to a language are discovering new … Read More

Introducing Tap n’ Type

Tap n' Type

Introducing “Tap n’ Type,” a new feature from TinyTap for creating text based activities and letting your students fill-in the blanks!   Text input rounds out TinyTap’s menu of interactive features, which already includes Reading, Soundboard, Ask a Question, Puzzle, and Video. While these features have already empowered thousands of teachers from around the world to make stunning interactive lessons, now teachers will be able to create language lessons with translation exercises, spelling bees, math equations, scientific diagrams, memorization quizzes, riddles, and more. … Read More

How to create Matching games on TinyTap

Matching Games

  Matching games teach children how to recognize commonalities among objects and identify patterns, both important exercises for building organizational skills. In math class, they encourage children to consider different expressions of the same concept (for example, 2+2 and 3+1 both equal 4) and when applied in a language class, matching games offer a fun format for reviewing vocabulary.   While traditional matching games might conjure up images of crisscrossed worksheets or a worn stack of playing cards, connecting two parts of a pair by tapping and dragging … Read More

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