TEAM Model AI Smarter School

With Technology, teachers can easily flip the traditional classroom

IES Smarter Teaching Service

Integration of before-, during-, and after-class teaching resources in smarter classrooms

IES Smarter Teaching Service integrates the teaching resources of all levels of smarter classrooms, including student roster, teaching materials, e-notes, assessing scores in-class videos, etc. It can also generate learning histories, grades and diagnostic report.

Quick and easy design of teaching materials; sharing resources with a virtual community

Teachers can share the teaching resources on IES Smarter Teaching Service among all teachers on professional social community to facilitate lesson preparation.
● Teachers can compile test question databases and the teaching materials needed for teaching can be downloaded from the cloud at any time when having class.
● Teachers can establish testing question database, which can be shared freely among all teachers on the platform; the system can automatically correct students'online tests, and IES Cloud Platform can manage students' graded data.
● Teachers can assign assessment activities, homework, and online discussions to students, and also let students perform peer assessment on the platform.
Data-based decisions: diagnosis of teaching effectiveness

Various types of examination data and student answer data produced in the classroom can be imported by the clouDAS Cloud-computing Diagnosing & Analyzing Service from the IES Cloud Platform, enabling the immediate production of various kinds of diagnostic and analytical charts. The data-based charts can facilitate in-depth analysis of students' test performance and the suitability of test questions.

Linking to the cloud and terminal; recording the entire teaching process

● Teachers'classroom instruction e-notes are automatically uploaded to the IES Cloud Platform, which serves as a crucial after-class learning resource for students
 ● Students'classroom assessment activities are also fully recorded and analyzed, then transmitted to students' learning terminals, in which this information can facilitate communication between teachers and parents while enhancing students'autonomous learning ability.