Remote Classroom Learning with Kami
Kami is a collaborative online tool supporting 14 million teachers, students, and parents around the world. As your digital pen and paper, Kami is making learning remotely more accessible than ever.
FREE KAMI UPGRADE FOR 60 DAYS*
Kami is offering free individual and domain-wide licenses to educators and schools affected by the global pandemic. Please request your free Kami trial by filling in the form: kami.app/suspended-school-upgrade
*This free offer is available to all users who do not currently have paid Kami license (Teacher or School/District Licenses). Initial upgrades are valid for 60 days, and continued access will be evaluated as needed.
1. Sign Up
Create an account or sign in using your school’s Google account.
Note: Use your school email address
2. Open Document
Open any kind of document into Kami to turn it into your canvas. Open files from Google Drive, your computer, or create a new blank document.
3. Teacher Assigns Homework
As a teacher, insert your instructions to students as text, audio, video or screen capture comments straight into the document. Send assignments to students using a link or learning management system.
4. Students Complete Homework
Students open the assignment and use Kami tools to work solo or collaboratively in real-time and submit the completed assignment.
Review your student’s work in real-time, and provide encouragement & guidance from wherever you are. Later, grade the work and give feedback.
Watch this video to learn more about how it all works
Kami with Google Classroom
Making teachers’ workflow easier than ever, this integration will give you and your students a seamless experience. Watch this video to learn more about how you can utilize Kami with Google Classroom.
Top Kami Tools for Remote Learning
Here are some of Kami’s most interactive tools to add visual, audio and video content for a more personalized and collaborative learning experience.
Great for asynchronous instructions and recording explanation videos for students.
Screen Capture Comment
An alternative way to demonstrate answers and explanations through screen display recording.
Express ideas, provide instructions, give feedback or answer questions using audio recording.
Text to Speech
Students with reading comprehension difficulties can use this tool to exercise reading independently.
Remote Learning Resources
To help you structure your remote teaching, we’ve compiled all our top resources to get your online classrooms up and running seamlessly with Kami. You’ll find guides specific to our integration with Google Classroom, Schoology, and Canvas. Plus, resources explaining more advanced strategies you can try today.
The Kami team is here to help 💜
Seeing a global crisis disrupt the educational system is a concern for a lot of communities. We at Kami are committed to helping continue learning and teaching, wherever you may be.
We’ve collated some of the best teacher tips shared online. Do you have any Kami hacks or tips you’d like to share? We’d love to hear from you! Tag @usekamiapp and #KamiforSchools
Another resource, check out @usekamiapp! We all have PDFs that are great in class but could be busy work at home, Kami changes all that! Explain assignments through video comments & have your students annotate on the PDF. It all works through Classroom! https://t.co/4FH8nHFEfn pic.twitter.com/VptQHHj4ag— Ben Sondgeroth (@Mr_Sondgeroth) March 13, 2020
Had a really happy moment when I finally put together that I could share my @usekamiapp screen during my @zoom_us conference this morning during my AP Chemistry “tutorials” this morning to work problems together better (though probably should have realized before now...).— Brynn J Stephens (@BStephens_Sci) March 18, 2020
Today I'm making screencasts for teachers as they create remote learning activities. Here is my 6 min video on how to use Kami’s screen capture tool to show students what they need to do on assignments. Lots of learning in a few short minutes! @usekamiapp https://t.co/MNb2rjZbrc— Eve Heaton (@atechcoachlife) March 16, 2020
Here is how I am using @usekamiapp in the art room while we are practicing eLearning. I used @Screencastify to record this clip thanks to the unlimited accounts being provided to educators experiencing school closures. @2018Memorial #fisdfineartsleads pic.twitter.com/dGS1MtXEMA— Mrs.King (@MrsKingArt) March 17, 2020
Mr. Reichley and I explored the potential of Kami to help S complete work digitally without having to make tons of copies! Great for Virutal/Remote Learning! @usekamiapp @TheKamiHeroes 3/4 of his class has already been using it in other classes! @OJRHS pic.twitter.com/2N4qPc7Bki— Jonathan Yoder (@EdTechYoder) March 11, 2020
I put together a teacher training video website for fast PD delivery of the top #edtech teacher tools to use in case of a #COVID19 #schoolclosure (these are great tools for anytime): @edpuzzle @usekamiapp @Flipgrid esp Google Meets (host 250 needs no comp) https://t.co/h5y1ayF5f6— Christopher Chiang (@teacherchiang) March 8, 2020
Going paperless this year has been easy with @usekamiapp and their work with #googleclassroom @GoogleForEdu— Open Source Lab (@OpenSourceLab20) March 9, 2020
Students can edit the PDF, record their voice, use the dictionary and a multiple of other tools. Check it out!#AcademicTwitter #GoogleEdu @SD20kc pic.twitter.com/rdeNZtIH1A