Connecting classes with deep learning activities

Hassle-free system for students to create and review multiple choice questions to foster mastery and productive social interactions

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Why have students create questions with Unitclass?

With Unitclass, students who mastered a topic can create original, relevant, contextualized questions. At the same time, they can...

Engage and be productive

Students should be encouraged to engage in active and useful learning tasks. True masters and instructors understand fully the amount of deep thinking involved in creating multiple choice questions. This type of learning activity involves synthesis, reflection, and evaluation to foster deep learning. By giving the chance for students to play the role of the master, students are encouraged to take responsibility for their own learning.

Interact and enjoy learning

By sharing and explaining what they have learned, students can receive immediate feedback on their contribution, which provides instant peer validation to fuel their desire to learn. Unitclass sparks further discussions and brings people together who want to learn together to form meaningful connections. Embracing participatory culture lets students learn from each other and with each other.

Remember everything they learned

“You can tell whether a man is clever by his answers. You can tell whether a man is wise by his questions.” Naguib Mahfouz

Finding answers to questions is easy nowadays. Knowing the answers is not the same as being knowledgeable. Saving the answers does not help us understand the materials better. Unitclass helps students retain their knowledge by keeping track of their creative work and getting them to explain the concepts to real people close to them.

Participate anywhere

Our system supports real-time responses and discussions for engaging always-on generation to participate in classrooms and on the go via smartphones, laptops, and tablets. No hardware “clicker” will be needed.

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