Easy to use touchscreen collaborative learning software!

Easy-to-use touchscreen collaborative learning software. Learn Hub is a web-based application which allows teachers to create themed activities on touchscreens and interactive tables. It works on any browser and allows up to four users to simultaneously interact and collaborate. It has been proved that collaborative activities increase learning and attention spans of pupils. It is also a fun way to learn.

Automatic
Differentiation

Simply define your groups of students ahead of the lesson, with a single click you can automatically send differentiated content to students.

Dynamically
Update

Dynamically change your students pre-defined groups mid-task to ensure they are working at the correct level.

Informed
Responsiveness

Create questions for both summative and formative assessment and get instant results – Identify student weaknesses and target areas that require additional input.

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Instant
Live Chat

With the Project Flow live chat feature you can respond instantly to a students query and solve their problem.

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Eyes Up Feature

Lock down the student device ensuring that they pay attention to the main classroom touchscreen when full focus is required.

Peer to Peer Review

Share a piece of student work with the class by displaying it on the interactive touchscreen encouraging collaboration.

Insert Supplementary Resources

Add in images and/ or video content to give greater visual impact to your lesson creating a more engaging classroom environment.

The Teacher’s Screen

Viewing the teacher’s screen could be used to show the differentiated content tabs, or student results and feedback.

The Main Classroom Touchscreen

Displaying the main classroom interactive touchscreen could be used to share instructions to all in the class on how to complete the task in hand, facilitating easy viewing for all.

The Students Device

Allowing the student to complete an activity independently, allowing the teacher to get individual live feedback on their performance.