If you join as a 'Teacher' on PSToM
Register on PSToM. You'll be prompted to start a class. Go ahead, create one and invite students to join.
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!
Anyone can view the list of public classes on PSToM.
As a teacher, you might want your affiliation known to your class.
Whether your class is 'public' or 'private', send your students email invites, and they can join your class.
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.
The crux of PSToM lies in its assessment system. Try out the sort of problems your students will face on PSToM.
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.
PSToM has a logical engine that solves problems and displays the solution step-by-step for your students to understand.
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.
See your class' progress. Drill down to see how far a student has progressed on the system.
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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