Crack the Code of Online STEAM Education | Teky x ClassIn

Updated: Apr 19


Case Summary


The term STEAM stands for science, technology, engineering, art, and mathematics.


Teky is a developer of K12 educational technology designed to offer the Vietnamese young generation a comprehensive knowledge of STEAM. The company's technology offers study programs related to programming and application development, robotics engineering, 3D technology and multimedia, etc.


Read on to find out how ClassIn enabled online science classes and how was "collaboration" maximized in the online learning environment.



Key Takeaways

  1. ClassIn’s versatile functions cater to personalized and highly interactive STEAM education.

  2. ClassIn's multidimensional reporting system helping in lesson planning and teaching quality evaluation.

  3. Stable connection, with a low bandwidth requirement of just 2 Mbps for a fully-equipped online classroom setup facilitates online teaching.



ClassIn Solutions

Teky found that ClassIn has multiple tools designed to recreate an offline classroom experience for an immersive and creative learning environment. Unlike other video conferencing applications, ClassIn actually keeps students engaged online.


In addition, ClassIn's multidimensional reporting system has been a great help in lesson planning and teaching quality evaluation. Learning reports and class recordings enable check-ins by parents and administrators.


We were amazed by ClassIn’s collection of diverse and sophisticated tools designed to recreate an offline classroom experience for an immersive and creative learning environment. Unlike other video conferencing applications, ClassIn actually keeps students engaged.
——Dao Lan Huong, the Founder and Chairman of the Board at Teky

Results

It took Teky many modifications to arrive at the current adaptive program, which is highly successful at keeping students, specifically young learners, engaged.


With the help of ClassIn, students have more time to experiment and work on projects together. They are able to join many types of collaborative games and activities just like they would do in a traditional offline classroom. ClassIn also demonstrated what is “collaboration”, which is a core skill Teky aims to train its students.


Students enrolled in online lessons even have better results than those in offline classes. According to their parents, online lessons have multiple benefits: allowing children to interact with teachers and friends; encouraging them to work on projects; alleviating boredom when home-schooled.

 

Related Resources

About ClassIn: https://www.classin.com/en/

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