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Vivi Screen Mirroring Program

Vivi, providers of a comprehensive classroom engagement solution designed exclusively for education, has launched a new Student Feedback Tool to support real-time student-to-teacher feedback.

The new tool is part of Vivi’s screen mirroring platform, which helps foster and maintain student participation in lessons, while supporting teachers as they implement evidence-based classroom practices. For example, Vivi’s screen mirroring functionality makes bringing visuals into the classroom to reinforce literacy and language quick and seamless.

Without any pre-class preparation, teachers in Vivi-enabled classrooms can now conduct instantaneous, in-class formative assessments and gather student feedback, such as checking vocabulary and comprehension skills following a lesson. Polling options include multiple choice, true or false, yes or no, and emojis. Educators can use the pre-built polls that are provided or create their own.

The new tool gives students who struggle with language and literacy a voice in a non-threatening way, if they lack confidence to speak out in class. Educators can actively monitor engagement while students discretely communicate academic challenges and social-emotional well-being. Teachers can use the tool to gather feedback on the fly for differentiated learning, student growth tracking, and learning trends identification.

Other features include:

  • Instant reporting, with the choice to display results as a bar chart, pie chart, or list of student responses;
  • Snapshots of the content displayed on the screen at the time of the poll;
  • Sharing of results on the classroom display with students or the option to keep private; and
  • Alerts for designated staff members triggered by results of well-being polls.
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