ClipClip speeds up the process of administrative and non-teaching activities, freeing teachers to focus on their students’ development and well-being.
Today’s demand for bureaucratic measurements of school and student performance has led to growing pressure and an increased workload for teachers. What’s more, with the help of quarantine, many classwork tasks are now completed on digital platforms and both teachers and students require effortless digital interactions. To deal with this shift to online lessons, teachers must quickly adapt to tasks such as creating digital resources, planning classwork, sharing handouts, compiling student reports, and marking e-homework.
According to The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, teachers in America work on average 10-11 hours per day.
To reduce teachers’ overall workload by expanding the functionality of the clipboard and subsequently increasing productivity. Teachers will be able to use ClipClip to accelerate their workflow by creating, editing, protecting, organizing, and sharing multiple file types to integrate seamlessly into their non-teaching work, leaving them with more time to devote to their students’ individual needs. Furthermore, it should enable teachers to focus more on professional development.
ClipClip reduces a teacher’s educational workload by enabling them to use the following features: