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Over 250,000 teachers and students use Vivi to enhance the physical learning environment.
Personalised learning environments have been proven to deliver better educational outcomes for individuals through increased participation and engagement. To successfully create such an environment requires a fluid, visual dialogue between teacher and student. This is why Vivi exists.
Join over 1,000 schools, 48,000 classrooms, and 250,000 students and teachers.
“Vivi serves an integral purpose in our school because it’s so integrated into our learning experience. Its ease of use, its transcendence across devices has a very large impact.”
Director of Professional Development
Cardinal Gibbons High School
Taking notes during class? There’s an app for that.
The Vivi app comes with a comprehensive annotation suite that lets students screenshot any content that a teacher is sharing to the display, and annotate over the top of it. Unless the teacher has Privacy Mode on, because the teacher is always in control.
Or just write your own notes on a digital whiteboard alongside a screenshot without having to touch a display everyone else is touching.
Engage every student through assessment and polls.
Picture this. A teacher is sharing their screen, untethered to the display and moving around the classroom. Engaging their students, not just through the content but with their physical presence.
A student requests to share their work, the request is granted, and the teacher wants to run a quick poll capturing feedback on what was shared. They’ll have to login into a separate assessment tool, right? Not with Vivi, where assessments and polls are a click away.
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