Monthly Archive:: February 2014

Contest: Delivering fun & engaging lessons with Nearpod ;)

We are running a “Best Nearpod Pic” contest! The idea is simple – take a picture of your students using Nearpod, you and your students enjoying a lesson, a surprising moment you experienced during class, or any situation that you believe makes your classroom unique and connected with Nearpod. Tweet your photo or post it on our FB Page […]

More new features! Nearpod’s PDF Viewer!

With Nearpod’s new PDF viewer, you’ll be able to add PDFs as separate features for students to access and navigate during a presentation. Online PDFs are self-paced features! For more details, please check out this guide.   Remember that Nearpod is now available for everyone! Join our Nearpod Community and don’t forget to stop by […]

New in Nearpod: Live Twitter Stream!

Day by day we realize that social networks have become anessential parts of students’ lives. A high number of students use social networks to communicate, share, and ask questions. Nearpod has a new feature for teachers to keep their lessons up-to-date by integrating social networks like Twitter! It’s simple, this is how it works: While […]

Nearpod now available on all plataforms!

The Team has great news to share! Our goal is to reach as many educators and students as possible, so we are always trying to expand our horizons. We strive to provide a platform that makes it easier for students and teachers to feel like a part of engaging lessons. Nearpod has finally arrived in […]

Easier and more powerful!

Nearpod presents lots of new features that will add value to your lessons! Now you can integrate Twitter into Nearpod by adding streams to your lessons. Check out this short guide on how to do it in a few steps! Another new feature you’ll find is the PDF viewer, which enables you to upload PDF […]

“Where there is love, there is life” – Mahatma Gandhi

Not even in our wildest dreams could we have imagined that a software product could generate so much love – but it has! What teachers really mean when they say, “I love Nearpod” is, “I love seeing my students engaged while they’re learning.” Of course, their love, truly, is for their students, not for us. Still, […]