This learning management feature allows teachers to access statistical information regarding their students’ performance. They can see how much a student uses the MintiBook, how they fare with assignments, how performance has improved over the course of the school year, and which language level their students have achieved. Thus, teachers can follow their students’ progress, evaluate their learning process, identify areas of weakness and learning difficulties, and draw important conclusions for their lessons/curricula.
As previously mentioned, all teachers who use MintiCity become part of an active and committed online community. The teaching pool allows them to share materials with colleagues from all over the world. Not only does this save time, but also fosters international cooperation and exchange of information. New ideas and impulses are discussed and disseminated. As a result, the overall quality of teaching German as a Foreign Language in schools improves – and both teachers and students reap the benefits!
Gamification at its best: Learn German online through play.