If you join as a 'Teacher' on PSToM

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Register on PSToM. You'll be prompted to start a class. Go ahead, create one and invite students to join.

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If you only want invited students to join your class, keep it 'private'. Else make it 'public' so any student on PSToM can find your class and join it!

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Anyone can view the list of public classes on PSToM.

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As a teacher, you might want your affiliation known to your class.

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Whether your class is 'public' or 'private', send your students email invites, and they can join your class.

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In a little time, you'll be seeing activity in your class, follow your students scores (progress and performance) and see what 'feeds' they've been generating.

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The crux of PSToM lies in its assessment system. Try out the sort of problems your students will face on PSToM.

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PSToM adapts to your student's progress. All students, at the same level, have correctly answered a similar set questions, but never all the same.

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PSToM has a logical engine that solves problems and displays the solution step-by-step for your students to understand.

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PSToM has indexed Open Educational Resources so your students can look up simple tutorials to learn the basics.

If you recommend a video here, your class will receive a notification in their feeds.

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See your class' progress. Drill down to see how far a student has progressed on the system.

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See your class' performance. Drill deeper to see how well a student did in a certain lesson. You can see his/her strengths and weaknesses, and focus your attention where this student needs it most.

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Please do tell us what you think and how we can serve your needs better?

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