As we see an increase in digital learning environments, collaboration and multimedia, more learning is taking place outside of the classroom than ever before. There have been strong shifts towards flipped classrooms, blended learning, remote learning, and student-centered approaches. These are all important steps to the modern classroom, but it has become increasingly difficult for teachers to guide, keep up with, and monitor their students’ learning process outside of the classroom. Additionally, students are being flooded with new teaching approaches that utilize various online tools and resources without having a cohesive location to document their findings and solutions.
The creative design process is important in helping organize our thoughts and reach new milestones when we learn. One of the best tools we use during this process is the whiteboard. It allows us to have the freedom of impermanence when developing our thoughts, the ability to iterate without braking flow, and to reflect on where our process was and where it is heading. Make the whiteboard digital and now we can bring it wherever we go and keep track of our development over time.
We have created Processly to be the best freeform infinite digital whiteboard designed for the modern classroom. Processly makes it easy for students to document, discuss, and reflect upon their work, and for teachers to work alongside them as they foster a collaborative blended learning environment. Designed specifically with schools and teachers in mind, we continue to tailor it to the evolving education systems around us.
At Processly, we focus on redefining how we learn whether we are in the classroom, at home, or at work. Founded in 2016 by a team of Carnegie Mellon University devsigners (developer + designer) and educators, we came together to reignite the curiosity in every learner's mind.
With our collective experience in design, technology, and education, we are working alongside professionals and educators to design a powerful tool to enhance the learning process.
Full Stack Engineer
Eddy Man Kim