Adding students to Loop from Google Classroom

Collecting student feedback shouldn't be hard. That's why we've made it easier than ever to add your students to your group. If you're already using Google Classroom to manage learning material, you can import your students directly into Loop. What's more, it takes less than a minute to do!

Sign in to Loop using your Google account

Remembering your password can be a nightmare at the best of times. So we've made it even easier to get started with Loop by letting teachers and students sign in using their Google account. Either use your school based accounts associated with Google Classroom or login using your prefered Google Account.

Automatically share questions from Loop to Google Classroom

Keeping teaching material in multiple locations can be a pain. We've made it easier by letting you connect your Loop account with Google Classroom, so questions are instantly shared with student in one place. No more emailing links around.

The secret to student engagement

There’s one challenge every school leader can relate to. How to keep students engaged and learning to the best of their ability?

With many schools adapting to remote learning, keeping students connected and engaged with teachers, classes, and school culture is more important than ever.

Five ways to support student wellbeing during remote learning

The transition from in-class to remote and blended learning environments has put pressure on students and teachers alike. Anonymised Loop data shows that both teachers and students have reported higher stress levels across the initial stages of remote learning. 

Support your Early Career Teachers through effective student feedback

Early Career Teachers (ECTs) in their first years after university face numerous challenges. The teaching environment is undergoing change at a rapid pace. New teachers have limited experience trying new pedagogical approaches, gauging the impact of delivery and discovering how to fostering a sense of inclusion and support student wellbeing.

There’s a better way than a school survey

Your students have something to say. Their voice can help your school develop stronger teachers, and a greater sense of belonging for students. While your school may understand the value of collecting student responses, it’s often challenging to do it in a cohesive manner that generates insights to those who need it, efficiently. 

Using Loop for effective Remote Learning

Transitioning to a remote learning environment on short notice is not easy. It takes time for teachers and students to adjust to these new ways of learning, and continuous communication is key to optimising these arrangements. We have pulled together a number of strategies to help you support your students in this time of flux, using your Loopfalse

The value of student voice

The classroom dynamic is changing. Gone are the days of the teacher standing up the front delivering a lesson to a class of students sitting still. Today you will regularly find interactive classrooms that are a vibrant place of learning and exploration. Within these classrooms there is also now an expectation for students to develop soft skillsfalse

Student surveys are the past, continuous feedback is the future

Student surveys, an online form emailed after a course, or piece of paper thrust in front of students at the end of a semester at the second-to-last tutorial or seminar, are dead. They were once the mainstay of gauging student satisfaction in tertiary education as the pressures of end of semester exams or essays loomed.