Alexa Can Be Your Extra Pair Of Hands In The Classroom
We’ve all seen how Alexa is improving the lives of people everywhere. The smart assistant can do everything from unlocking your doors to telling you when to flip the chicken over on the grill, and everything in between. We’ve been waiting for the day that Alexa could be just as useful in the classroom and thanks to the people at Hoogalit, the time is now.
Hoogalit has created ClassAlexa and she can handle all of your engaging transitions and filler activities on command by just appointing a voice helper. Move over line leader, students everywhere are going to be competing to be Alexa and the teacher’s voice helper.
ClassAlexa is there for when teachers get in a bind or a pinch and need a simple activity or idea for those few extra minutes. Alexa can help with eye-openers, drills and other classroom activities. Alexa can also help with spelling and she can even offer morning greetings, word problems and even closing reflections.
With ClassAlexa teachers can even speak important updates, student praise or behavior with their voice to parents at home. Imagine being able to grade papers and let Johnny’s parents know how well he did at the same time without missing a beat.
ClassAlexa is ready to go in 4 easy steps, mutes at the push of a button and teachers can control what students and parents hear. The best part is that teachers can sign up now through ISTE 2018 for free at classalexa.com It’s also competitively priced for entire school districts.
Voice controlled assistants are a wave of the future and with ClassAlexa by Hoogalit you can bring that wave right into your classroom.
See it in action at the AT&T EdTech Startup Pavilion at ISTE 2018 in Chicago, June 24-28th and online at classalexa.com