The End of Classroom...

Today the Northern Hemisphere says "goodbye" to Microsoft Classroom.

I know it received mixed reviews from teachers across the globe, but let's face it: if it fulfilled your assignment needs, it was good. 

I always liked MS Classroom. I was impressed with its task focussed design and how it was a helpful first step towards integrating a minimalist assignment workflow into schools, especially considering it's announcement coincided with the start of a mass exodus from larger learning products for being too complex and underutilised.

MS Classroom did have its shortcomings. Things like a lack of tracking teaching-over-time, no parent engagement and numerical only marking formats meant that it was never going to be universally adopted. Of course, this was a conscious decision by Microsoft so these schools could upgrade to more advanced products like Teacher Dashboard when their needs outstripped the available Classroom functionality.

Introducing Multischool

Are you one of many schools on a single Office 365 tenant?

Whether you have just a few schools or several thousand, Multischool allows you to separate each school into individual “ring-fenced” organisations – each with their own classes, groups and users.

Subject Management

Managing your own subjects has just become easier.

Teachers can now maintain their own list of subjects that are displayed when sharing files or assignments.