We know you’re working tirelessly to create positive remote learning experiences for your students right now. Navigating this “new norm” is not easy, but we’re here to help every step of the way. It’s time to add the Rocketbook system to your remote teaching toolkit!
Rocketbook Educators agree that our system is ideal for remote education. Students write with pen and paper on Rocketbook pages, then digitally send their work directly to their instructor.
If you’re a Rocketbook fan, you probably already knew that we offer our page templates, app and all of our digital features for free. If you’re new to Rocketbook, it’s the perfect time to try it for the first time. Here’s how…
Pro Tip: If you want students to send assignments to the same location, i.e. a Google Drive folder, have them all set up the same destination.
Are you ready to start using the Rocketbook system in your classroom yet? Still unsure? Here are some additional ways to use these pages for remote learning:
Right now there’s lots of resources for helping teachers being shared, but maybe you’ve still got some unanswered questions. If you’d like additional help, suggestions, tips, or tools for providing a great remote classroom environment for your students, we’ve got your covered.
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