Students can collaborate in Classkick by working on the same assignment together.
Click the headings below for more information.
1) Students log in with the same Class Code and Name
1. In the Class Code box, students type in the assignment's Class Code.
2. In the Name box, students type in the exact same name.
FOR EXAMPLE: Students log in with the name GROUP5 - each student in Group 5 would need to type their name in the Name box exactly the same: in all caps with no spaces. Our team highly recommends you add the group names to the roster and then LOCK your roster to prevent students from joining with varying names.
3. Students click GO.
Students can use different font colors, text boxes, or highlighters to differentiate their work.
2) Send the group assignment link to students.
1. Create a new roster with group names as student accounts.
FOR EXAMPLE: Create basic student accounts on your roster called GROUP1, GROUP2, etc.
2. Assign the roster to your assignment.
3. Click the Class Code to find the assignment link.
4. Make the following changes to the assignment link:
- app.classkick.com/#/login/CLASSCODE is the link automatically given.
- After app.classkick.com/#/, type student/
- Example: app.classkick.com/#/student/login/CLASSCODE
- Delete login/
- Example: app.classkick.com/#/student/CLASSCODE
- After app.classkick.com/#/student/CLASSCODE, type /Basic Student's name
- Example: app.classkick.com/#/student/CLASSCODE/Group1
- After app.classkick.com/#/student/CLASSCODE/Group1, type /1 to have students all start on the first slide.
- Change this number to have students start on a different slide.
5. The link should follow this format:
6. With this link, students can now work on the same assignment.
PLEASE NOTE: Unless students specify who they are, you will NOT be able to know who wrote what or what computer it came from, as students are all using the same account.
3) Use the Peer Helpers feature
If a student raises their hand, another student in the class can help this student.
As the teacher, you can see which students helped the student who had raised their hand initially in View Work mode.
For visual support on Peer Helpers, please watch the video below: