Challenge every student! Spiral is a suite of serious tools for classroom based collaborative learning with 1:1 devices.
The Complete 1:1 Learning Platform. EdTech apps built around teachers.
Spiral is a suite of free EdTech apps for teachers that make 1:1 classrooms more collaborative.
Each app, designed by education professionals, is designed to mirror a specific classroom practice and can be used across all subjects and age ranges. Easy to learn and simple to use, Spiral makes lessons engaging, collaborative and fun.
Quickfire enhances question and answer activities, enabling you to get the responses of the entire class in real-time. It requires no planning – just ask your question as normal and students can respond using their personal devices. Show anonymised answers on the whiteboard in different formats to really bring the class' learning to life.
Discuss is a powerful tool for creativity, exploration and deeper learning, Discuss encourages students to share ideas with each other. The content created forms a useful shared knowledge base which can be accessed in the future for homework and exam revision.
Team Up improves the process and outcomes of group work. Students work in teams during one or more lessons - contributing ideas and building shared presentations in the form of slide shows or posters. Teams can work from individual or shared devices to create high quality outcomes that everyone can learn from.
Clip is the fastest and easiest way to introduce videos into your lesson plans. Teachers can simply find and play any video from Youtube and students can add comments in a live feed. In addition, you can add questions or multiple-choice quizzes, review on the whiteboard and save the results.
Spiral's EdTech apps were co-designed with the world's #1 educational institution
We are working in partnership with UCL’s Institute of Education to ensure pedagogy is at the heart of our development process. The team at the IOE support our design workshops with teachers and students across the UK. Their research and literature review help us create apps that enhance collaboration, facilitate formative assessment and embed technology seamlessly into classroom practice.