The coronavirus pandemic has made more student than ever have to take their classes from home. The new app Snapse makes creating virtual classrooms and study groups more simple, organized, and efficient.
(WorldFrontNews Editorial):- Los Angeles, Aug 18, 2020 (Issuewire.com) – It is quite clear in a coronavirus and post-coronavirus age, both students and instructors require new tools to optimize their ability to study online and organize classes virtually. The new app Snapse is stepping up to meet this need. Snapse is aimed at helping make it easier for students to find other students to study together, while also providing a tool to help teachers to engage students in collaborative learning. The new app is expected to be especially useful for schools to communicate with their students during the pandemic and ongoing need for social distancing and other barriers to traditional in-class instruction.
“Coding is my passion,” commented Thiago from Snapse. “We saw a way to help teachers have a more efficient way to organize their classes and for students to find and create virtual study groups. The coronavirus help in these two areas can really help normalize education, which is important for so many lives.”
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Some highlights of the app’s features include being able to create virtual classrooms and study groups; the option to invite friends, teachers, and students to your group using a QR code or by sharing a link; private messaging between students and between students and teachers; class planning with private notes; class organization, exams and discussion topics delivered in a very intuitive way; organization of student discussions by class, exam, or topic; privacy protection; and much more.
The early feedback for the app has been very positive.
Kevin V. recently said in a five-star review, “Simple and useful. For me, this is the best way to find study groups.” Another user, Jitesh D., commented, “App with great UI. Useful for learning.”
For more information be sure to visit https://snapse.club.
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