Sometimes, the presentation of a simple use case about a tool can be a first help to start using it. But at the same time it can trigger reflection on other possible uses, more adjusted to your teaching needs. For this reason, below you will find some use cases of more complex tools or those that require more effort to put them into operation in the classroom.
Guided examples of taking offline exams (generated and evaluated in the classroom, carried out in person)
Guided assignment activity setup examples
Guided examples of configuration of peer assessment activities, where the student evaluates the work of other students in the group
Guided example to collect class attendance