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Insights- A New Educational Tool for Creating Paperless Interactive Lessons

Insights- A New Educational Tool for Creating Paperless Interactive Lessons
June 25, 2015 The popular educational app TinyTap has recently released a new tool called Insights. This is basically a data management tool to help teachers access real-time analytics on data related to classroom teaching such as which lessons students completed, how they scored on them and how they are improving. Insights is designed to help you engage your students, improve grades, and save valuable time. Here are some interesting video tutorials to help you make the best of Insights.

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