SmashFact helps your students better prepare for the in-class activities
Instead of spending your valuable class time reviewing the basics of a subject, give your students the tools to learn and study this type of content on their own. This opens up more time for discussions, activities, and project work–the type of complex learning where students need your support the most.
Smashing Suggestion: Structure your levels by each week’s discussion, activity, or project topic, and include the facts and vocab students will need to know to participate. Then, ask the students to play just those levels before coming to next week’s class.