Overall Satisfaction with Miro
The school that I currently teach at uses Miro as an online teaching tool. It helps us to view students' work online, and in a collaborative context. The students submit work online for review by their peers, and Miro enables us to have an in-person class critique with feedback.
- Provides an online space that functions collaboratively.
- Enables constructive feedback.
- Displays images/text/links well and at enlarged size as well as at a distance.
- Adding users is a bit clunky - could be more streamlined.
- Would like an easier way to edit and rearrange images - is there a way to select all, copy & paste, etc?
- Would love a way to duplicate the boards and the users.
- Miro has certainly improved the effectiveness of teaching online - previously, we had no way to effectively view students' 2 and 3-dimensional artwork. Now students can upload images and comment on each other's work very easily.
- We can also format and set up boards for specific assignments and projects, and populate them with resources for students to view and interact with.
- Miro also provides us with a way to leave feedback for our students, so that all participants can see and contribute further.
Definitely useful to pre-populate your boards for students to emulate.
Very user-friendly and intuitive interface.
Not very applicable for a teaching context, but I could see it being very useful.
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Miro works very well for online critiques of visual media - 2 and 3d artworks translate very well on Miro and you can zoom in and out very easily. May not be as appropriate for text-based media.