Online whiteboard for education

Online whiteboard for education
Dojoit’s online whiteboard for education makes remote and in-class learning easy, engaging, and fun.

Engage students beyond the classroom
Seamlessly transition between classroom and remote learning. Dojoit enables flexibility and new ways to stimulate active participation and learning

Inspire innovation
From lecturing to presentations to collaboration, Dojoit enables new opportunities for hybrid learning.
Dojoit’s online whiteboard is optimized for education
Enable richer interactions between students, the teacher and the course material

Cultivate engagement
Dojoit’s ease of use lets everyone get up and running quickly

Minimal learning curve
Integrate mind and thought for free-flowing exploration and creativity

Promote shared expression

Facilitate Faculty
Ideate and align objectives, procedures, curricula, and lesson plans

Capture Notes and Ideas in Real-Time
Dojoit’s ease and speed of use let you and your students take notes on the fly – easily keeping up Choose a plan
that’s right for you
Capture bold ideas
Whether inspired alone or in a group session, capture ideas as fast as you can think of them.

Dojoit’s ease of use lets everyone get up and running quickly

Minimal learning curve
Invite your team to collaborate in real-time on a Dojoit board.
No screen sharing required.

Screen share accidents? Gone.
Visual collaboration for a new era of work
Get in touch to see if Dojoit is a fit for you

Up to 100 boards

Up to 5 collaborators to a board

Unlimited boards

Unlimited collaboratorswith the flow of information. Add images and screenshots to improve recollection and absorption

Online course design is rooted in the same solid principles of face-to-face teaching, but requires additional considerations.
Start with the same pedagogic principles of overall course design, such as the Cutting Edge course design philosophy.

Set out goals for the course: At the end of the course, I want my students to be able to…
Set skills goals such as working in groups, developing quantitative skills, or improve writing skills
Choose content to achieve overarching goals
Develop a course plan
That said, even though the course topic and goals may be the same as a face-to-face course, the course layout, pacing, content delivery and assignments will all be tailored for online delivery.

Aim for less content overall, with a variety of methods to deliver course content, and an emphasis on projects, case studies, experiential learning and other forms of engaging assignments.
Set up the course so that you create a community. This includes the use of discussions, blogs, teamwork, and opportunities to share personal narratives and photos.
All instructions for the course have to be written in great detail, before the course starts, in language that is simple yet unambiguous. (Smith et al, 2001)
Written instructions can be supplemented with video instructions and backed up by quick assessments like a syllabus quiz.
The fact that the entire course must be designed and built before the beginning of the semester will encourage you to consider your goals and your course plan very early on in the process, which is a good thing.

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