Soqqle is designed like a social network, familiar to your students. We are video-first, and social.
Encourage students to utilise 21st century skills like critical thinking in presenting real-life scenario videos.
As students upload content, others can view and compare to better build new ideas.
Conduct simulations or roleplay on videos. Design varying experiences and challenges for authenticity.
Utilise a peer to peer form of collaboration that uses observation and self-assessment.
Soqqle can be used by students to upload pictures, videos and PDFs directly on the mobile application. Students can also like, and add comments to the post. The application also provides a profile page to view all posts in one place and view feedback.
Soqqle can be used for multiple use cases across different disciplines. A key requirement is that the topic requires discourse, critical thinking and preferably some form of presentation.
The teacher require a more engaging way of tracking student progress and encouraging idea sharing.
Using the method below, our latest study show an increase of 12.3% to 21.4% in learning performance if students watch at least 19 different videos of peers with average 36 seconds watched during assessments.
I use Soqqle for sustainability education. It is the best way for helping me to track and view the evidence / audit of student work. Students report that they gain new ideas and perspectives when they watch content of peers during assessments.
Assistant Professor, Lingnan University, Hong Kong
I've always been excited about the use of technology in my classrooms. When i heard how Soqqle can motivate students for language learning, i was pleased to use it.
Lecturer, Prasetiya University, Indonesia
Students can upload videos presenting their ideas, skills, calculations or evidence
Together with Assistant professors at Lingnan University, Soqqle presented on January 6 in Caritas Institute of Higher Education on a novel student-generated videos teaching method.
Together with Lingnan University, we shared about the use of student-generated videos to promote eco-literacy. The key theme was using social learning and authentic learning to improve education for sustainability.
The study was conducted to know whether using Soqqle and peer-to-peer guided comments improves presentation skills for EFL students. The results showed how guided comments helped students.
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