Use Cases for Engage Pointmaker
Read about the many ways students, teachers and schools can benefit from using Engage Pintmaker in the classroom, distance learning, and more. Select the case that interests you for more information, or contact us. We’d love to hear from you.
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Ensures a Virtual School During Extreme Weather
Rural schools more susceptible to extreme weather can still teach students in their homes on snow days, for example, by using the Engage Pointmaker in a distance learning capacity.
Administration Oversight is Easy
The principal can gain evidence of learning by checking in on teacher or student activity at any time from an iPad.
Brings Specialized Teachers into the Classroom
The school district that doesn’t have a specialized teacher (such as a French teacher) can have access to a teacher in a neighboring district, for example.
Allows Individualized Teaching
The teacher can work one-on-one with a student remotely using their iPad and review work together.
Adds Another Route of School Security
Because the Engage Pointmaker system can be linked to students, teachers and the principal, it provides another avenue of communication in and out of the classroom should other methods be blocked.
Makes Summer School Sessions Easier
Engage Pointmaker system can also prove handy in virtual summer school sessions held at the home rather than at the school.
Brings Needed ELL Teachers into the School
ELL students can receive English language instruction from ELL teachers based in another city or district.
Provides Product Longevity
Pointmaker LLC offers both reliable customer support and product longevity. Engage Pointmaker systems meet or exceed 10 years of life, with 15 years witnessed in many cases.
Makes Field Trips More Affordable
Schools can increase the number of field trips each year by holding some of them virtually.