Late last year I had the chance to connect with the team at Vigyaa. Vigyaa is a teacher planning tool that helps with lesson organization. With Vigyaa teachers can easily gather and organize content for their next lesson or unit of study. It was designed to help teachers find and keep track of great resources they want to share with their students, instead of using up precious planning time in search of a particular file or online resource.
Teacher Planning Tool
Vigyaa helps teachers gather content. There are so many free and paid resources all over the Internet. These great resources you’ve found and want to share with your students are probably stored in different places. Whether it is scattered on different computers or somewhere in the cloud, Vigyaa helps all of the lesson resources you want to share with students stay organized.
Teachers can create playlists. Similar to creating a playlist of favorite music, Vigyaa lets users create a playlist for your content. You can create your playlists from anywhere and share it with students to access on their device. You can make multiple playlists for different subject areas and even organize your playlists in the sequence you will introduce content to students.
Makes sharing resources easier. With Vigyaa, teachers can gather and sequence content all in one setting, and then hit play every time they teach a particular topic. Organizing resources this way makes it easy to find information in a set sequence and keep your resources in the order you’ll need them.
When you go to visit Vigyaa’s website there is a terrific video that gives you an overview of the power of these tools. Their goal is make it easy for busy teachers to use digital resources to their fullest potential.
You can learn more about Vigyaa by visiting their website!
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