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Effective Methods to Teach in 2017-2018 Academic Year

“You cannot teach a man anything, you can only help him find it within himself”

by Galileo Galilei

Every teacher is responsible for making a bridge between delivering new knowledge, and its comprehension. Keeping your ear to the ground of what students really need and comply with their interests is a sign of great educator. Being aware of and implying modern teaching methods is crucial, they make learning process engaging and cultivate a desire for a life-long learning.

We, at Unicheck, would like to provide you an insight to the effective teaching methods that aim to understand your students more, consider psychological facets of learning as well as practical application that can’t but give positive results. Read More

Twitter in the Classroom. How to Accelerate Student Learning

Communication is what matters much. We at Unicheck do believe effective teacher-student collaboration depends on the ontime information uptake a lot. Twitter is one of the tools that can enhance student learning and save teacher from a pile of tiring paper work.  

Students are used to tweet for fun. With Twitter it is easy to make learning a student’s everyday habit. Twitter in the classroom helps engage learners faster even if a topic is difficult to grasp. It is suitable for giving quizzes, getting student feedback within seconds, and keeping in touch with students’ parents.  
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Unicheck Releases Grading Update for Schoology, NEO and Other LMSs

Unicheck Releases Grading Update for Schoology, NEO and Other LMSs

This summer is way hotter than usual, or is it just us? The Unicheck team has been busy like a swarm of bees in an orchard. You surely have heard about all the exciting changes that Unicheck went though, like our new cool name and now new pricing that lets educators use Unicheck’s basic functionality for free (currently available in USA, UK, Canada, and Australia). You may find your solution for education here.

Today we are here with more great news. Unicheck is proud to present LTI update that helps teachers grade assignments easier and faster.Read More

Unicheck Pricing Policy: A Revolution in the Making

Unicheck Pricing Policy: A Revolution in the Making

Remember how we told you about the most awaited news behind Unicheck’s new name and look?

We have been preparing for this day since first realizing just how essential plagiarism checking was for educators and students all these years ago.

Finally, it is here.

In our staunch belief that education must be available for all, with profound plagiarism checker an essential part of quality education, Unicheck is causing a revolution. Today we are making Unicheck’s principal features available free of charge for academic community.Read More

Activities for Classroom that Make All Students Cooperate

There is one thing high school students lack: attention. And involvement in the classroom activity. And engagement in the learning process.

OK, that’s more than one thing. Still, a distracted student in high school is a common occurrence. Put several of them in the class together, and you get an unconnected bunch, only half-listening, and quarter-learning.

But there is a way up this slippery slope.

Unicheck gathered the best activities for your classroom that have been tried, tested and proved to connect the wandering minds of your students to the task at hand and to the learning at heart. Read on to find out our suggested Connect-Type Activities that will work well in your classroom.Read More

Neuroscience in Education. A New Turn in Learning Experience

Today’s sciences merging trend continues to grow. And we at Unicheck can’t help digging into the issue too. From now on neuroscience, education, and psychology are brought together.

In fact, neuroeducation takes roots from Neuro-Educational Summit in 2009 initiated by the John Hopkins University and Dana Foundation. The key goal to be achieved at the Summit was to find any intersection between neuroscience, arts and learning to understand how students learn and acquire new knowledge. Knowing the peculiarities of perception and information processing, students will manage learning process more effectively and achieve better results!Read More