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  • Classtime is rated higher in 1 area: Likelihood to Recommend

Likelihood to Recommend

9.1

Classtime

91%
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Likelihood to Recommend

Classtime

Suitable:
  • Distance learning for formative assessment
  • In-class quizzes
  • Tickets out the door to check on the day's understanding
  • Homework
  • Grade-level common assessments
  • High-stakes test prep
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Pearson

Pearson Revel is probably best suited for distance learning of large sections where there is little time for discussion and grading assignments manually is prohibitive. I would prefer not to use it with small classes and traditional classes.
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Pros

Classtime

  • It has three different types of engagement activities for students as they are answering questions.
  • It gives immediate data that can be acted upon.
  • It is easy to find materials to use in their library with their search engine.
  • It is very easy to include multimedia material like images, gifs, videos, and audio files.
  • The test-making interface is extremely easy to use.
  • It is easy to print out data that can be used to analyze with a grade-level team or with parents.
  • It has a Google, Microsoft, and Clever interface, making it easy for students to access.
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Pearson

  • The REVEL platform is easy to navigate.
  • The content is customizable.
  • There are many grade reports that can be run for up-to-date information on students' progress.
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Cons

Classtime

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Pearson

  • Unfortunately, there are some videos that do not play, or situations where the video does not match the question content. These are bugs that should be attended to by Pearson, but although I have reported them (along with students), they have not been remedied.
  • Instructors who would prefer to use only the digital text do not have the option to purchase the text without the platform.
  • Because the text and software are integrated, there are no "page numbers" as in other digital texts which makes it hard to reference a particular section in a lecture, assignment, or presentation.
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Pricing Details

Classtime

Starting Price

$0

Editions & Modules

Classtime editions and modules pricing
EditionModules
Basic01
Premium602
Institution License1203

Footnotes

  1. per educator
  2. per educator (yearly)
  3. per educator (yearly)

Offerings

Free Trial
Free/Freemium Version
Premium Consulting/Integration Services

Entry-level set up fee?

No setup fee

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Revel

Starting Price

Editions & Modules

Revel editions and modules pricing
EditionModules

Footnotes

    Offerings

    Free Trial
    Free/Freemium Version
    Premium Consulting/Integration Services

    Entry-level set up fee?

    No setup fee

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    Alternatives Considered

    Classtime

    I have used Edpuzzle, Quizizz, Kahoot, Khan Academy, and Edcite. I use all of them at varying times, depending on my needs. I use Classtime more than any of them because of its versatility of question types and its engagement tools. I also appreciate the ease of making and giving out tests.
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    Pearson

    I have used Pearson MyPsycLab in the past. I believe it was a better overall product than the REVEL system because the text and learning activities were separated, Students could view the text, then complete the activities. Overall, I think that both printed texts and systems like REVEL will be obsolete in the near future as content is readily available on the internet at no cost to the student.
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    Return on Investment

    Classtime

    • It has helped us during in-classroom demonstration lessons.
    • It has helped us with our training on strategic thinking in math.
    • It has given us an outlet to share our test creation skills, which we can model to districts.
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    Pearson

    • NEGATIVE: The platform is less expensive than a printed text, but students can use OER's for free. This is especially important at the community college level where students tend to have less financial resources for education.
    • NEGATIVE: After the course completes, the student has nothing to use as a reference. They cannot go back and view the content, nor can they print any of the content.
    • NEGATIVE: The student pays for the learning platform and content which includes a large number of activities and resources. While this seems to be a positive thing, students (and instructors) can get overwhelmed with the number of activities and resources available. Some students won't use any of the resources at all.
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