Overall Satisfaction with Miro
I teach a Pre-Algebra class in High School. My students will take Algebra next year. I love the Miro Whiteboard because it has multiple add-ons that I like to use with my students. I can also share the board with my students so they have access to it at home if they need it.
- The templates are great for organizing information graphically.
- The stickies help me to remind students of important information.
- The charts feature has been helpful to show students how to represent statistics in class.
- I wish there was a way to randomize students per period.
- I wish there was a way to sync up Class Dojo.
- With being an educator, I don't have any impacts on investment.
I would say the ease of use for the board when I initially started using Miro took a little time to master. But overall, it has not been difficult to learn to use some of the different apps for it. I like that it has so many apps.
With this being a primary business application, it has taken me a little bit to figure out how to integrate lessons and different activities into it. But I think overall, it gives even educators a great deal to work with. You can tailor some of the apps to be able to use them in a classroom.
Last year, when I was teaching virtually, I was able to share the boards with my students which made a huge difference in their understanding of concepts. This year, I am not teaching virtually, but I am still able to use the board to teach my lessons.
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I have suggested Miro to fellow teachers. I love the versatility it gives me for different lessons. I know that it is geared towards businesses but it can be used in a classroom as well. My only cons are when we lose wifi, I lose the use of the board but that isn't a Miro problem.