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Upload Notes in No Time
Upload notes in various formats - images, documents, videos, and even YouTube video links - within just a few clicks.
Organize Like a Pro
Organize notes into folders to make the process of finding and using them simple and efficient.
Automatic Notifications in Classroom Chat
Notify students in the Classroom Chat instantly when a new Study Material is uploaded.
The most obvious benefit of Teachmint’s student Study Materials feature is the convenience that it offers. Teachers can easily share notes as and when they decide. Consequently, students also benefit from the feature by having access to the uploaded notes whenever they need it. Also, the students get notifications whenever the teacher uploads any new content.
Saves Teachers’ Time
One of the most important aspects of a teacher’s day is the amount of time they get to spend in the classroom specifically for teaching. Among the various LMS tools that assist teachers in this process is the Study Materials feature. With this feature, teachers can simply upload the content that is relevant to the class directly which the students can download and view at any point of time. This frees the teacher’s schedule to not only teach but also interact with the students in the class and engage them with the course material. The teacher can even add YouTube video links that can act as additional learning material for students who are interested to learn more of the subject.
Monitor Student Activity
Once a particular Study Material has been uploaded to the classroom, the teacher can see who has viewed that particular file and who has not. This provides critical information of the classroom & the students.
Multiple Formats for Sharing Notes
Teachmint offers teachers a wide array of formats in which they can share their notes. They have the option to share images, PDFs, Word documents, PPTs, spreadsheets, videos (under 150MB) and even YouTube video links. This allows teachers to give students a number of multimedia learning tools that can be used to give students a three-dimensional learning experience outside the classroom.
Save the Contents of the Whiteboard
Teachers can use the Digital Whiteboard to teach, using it as visual aid - jotting down points, mnemonics, and small diagrams. If the teacher feels that the points made on the Digital Whiteboard are worthy of being made into notes, they can save it as Study Material so that it can be accessed later on.