How to Keep the Collaboration Going

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Ok, take a deep breath, it's going to be alright. Yes, this is a lot to take in right now, but you're a teacher, you can do this! 

Just because a global pandemic is shutting down classrooms around the world, doesn't mean you're going to let the learning stop! 

You just may have to change your approach a little… 

I'm sure many of you have had meetings at your school about how to implement "distance learning" so your students stay on track, and as many edtech companies have stepped up to ensure you have the tools you need to make it happenStorillo would like to do the same. 

Because group work is already hard enough when people are in the same room. 

How are you going to make sure they all work together when they're all in different places, with varying technological access, while still ensuring everyone actually participates? 

Storillo is built to help with this. We allow for a group writing to be done in a manner that can be synchronous, but it doesn't have to be. 

And because of that, we can help make sure collaboration continues because you can choose from settings for each project that determines when and where a student can go, while showing you exactly who did what. 

We want to bring a little transparency and accountability to the group work process, and since you can't be there to physically watch your students working together, we can help make sure that they do. 

So while Storillo is always free to try, we want to make sure that, in these extraordinary circumstances, you can create all the projects you need to keep the learning and the collaboration going. 

To make that happen, sign up today using the promo code DistanceCollaboration and we'll make sure you never run out of projects for the rest of the school year. 

We hope everyone stays safe, healthy, and collaborating! 

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