• Using Kami as your digital notebook
    Remote Learning,  Teacher Tips

    Using Kami as a Digital Notebook

    Let’s face it, traditional notebooks (or folders, or workbooks) have a lot of downsides. Pages, or even the whole book, can be lost, damaged, torn out, or simply neglected. Once completed, work in a physical book is also difficult to edit preventing further insights, feedback or peer interaction. And in today’s world of hybrid or even fully digital teaching environments, physical books just don’t cut it for giving fast feedback.  So what’s the solution? Kami based digital notebooks of course!  Our Kami Heroes have been championing the ways you can create and maintain digital class notebooks using Kami’s functionality. Special thank you to Alexander L. Samia, ELAR educator at Salyards…