Kami has been a wonderful tool in my classroom for a number of years now. I began using Kami when I started teaching in a purely online format, as I needed a way to easily provide feedback to my students digitally. As I have continued to use Kami over the years, and as the company has continued to roll out continued features and updates, Kami has become a tool I recommend for all classrooms.
Not only is Kami fantastic for providing rich feedback — including handwritten & text annotation, voice notes, audio notes, and even embedded screen recording — Kami is also a powerful tool for student creation and collaboration.
At this year’s Kami Connect conference, I had a chance to present on ideas for using Kami for teachers to understand and address individual student needs in real-time and also to promote peer-to-peer collaboration in the classroom and beyond.
You can catch my presentation & presentation slides below: