We recently turned five and our celebration has been extra special because our Kami community has grown to more than 5 million Kami users, creating an astonishing 420 million comments alone.
And as our community grows in number, we have also strengthened our relationship with educato… Read Story
How many hours per week do you spend preparing and printing documents only to watch them go straight to the bottom of students backpacks? For Jill Nation at Cathedral City High School, this problem was all too familiar. For Jill, a Biology and Environmental Science teacher, paper manag… Read Story
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To celebrate Kami’s 5th birthday, we’re running a Buy 1 Get 1 Free Kami Teacher Plan promotion on Kami Teacher Plans sold until April 27.
To redeem now, click here and select “Teacher Plan ($99)” to purchase. But if you need a little more convincing, … Read Story
This blog post was originally posted on Hillary Goldthwait-Fowles’s blog https://www.hillaryhelpsulearn.com/ and is used with the author’s permission. Hillary Goldthwait- Fowles, PhD. is a RESNA (Rehabilitation Engineering & Assistive Technology Society of North America) certified Assi… Read Story
This blog post was originally posted on Danna Pearsall’s Educational Blog and is used with the author’s permission. Danna Pearsall has been teaching for 12 years and during this time, has metamorphosed into a tech-savvy, highly-motivated teacher and Kami Hero. Follow her on Twitter @mr… Read Story
Today, we are excited to announce the release of our Speech-to-Text tool. Creating the Speech-to-Text tool is a project that we have been working on for some time, and we have had it in BETA for the last month.
We realized that this tool was needed when we witnessed the frustrations t… Read Story
To our four million Kami users,
We are excited to share the exciting news of reaching over four million signed up users, doubling our growth in the last year. Going paperless has never been so easy that there are over 12,000 American K-12 schools are switching from traditional pen and… Read Story
Some things that happen in education are really stupid. Sometimes the smartest people with the best of intentions can champion and implement ideas that are nonsensical, unhelpful, and really frustrating. It happens all the time. However, the near consensus move toward paperless educati… Read Story
The pace of change is accelerating. New technologies are progressing and spreading faster than ever. In the next decade, we are likely to see a dramatic educational shift with education systems emerging with online systems and disruptive technology.
With the rapid development of techn… Read Story
One of the best things about education is that it runs in cycles. Just when everything feels as challenging as possible, there is time for rest and refreshment before a brand new restart. In other words, every school year starts with an immense possibility for the teachers, the student… Read Story
As the summer winds down and the new school year approaches, kids are picking up their school supplies, and teachers are emptying the teacher’s store as they select room decorations. It’s fun setting up new bulletin boards and organizing the room for incredible activities. However, bef… Read Story
Education is known and sometimes mocked for its excessive use of jargon and buzzwords. The criticism is fair. However, for all jargon that muddies the waters, there is one skill that rises above the rest and serves as the linchpin for everything else. Cooperative learning is the fundam… Read Story
Are you ready to dive into the new school year? While the seasons are changing, and teachers and students across the United States are heading back to school, the distinct feeling is in the air that it is time to buckle down for another year of hard but rewarding work. So why not get s… Read Story
Today we are excited to announce that we are launching four of our most exciting features yet, major updates that we have been working on for the last six months.
While visiting the US last year, Kami visited classrooms to look at ways in which Kami could be better. Thanks to the grea… Read Story
Kami is an online document viewer and annotation tool. With classrooms going paperless and Chromebooks being rolled out across the United States, Kami solves one of the biggest problems faced by schools going paperless, and that is having the ability to annotate PDF files. We are curre… Read Story
“I like the fact that the students in my class have powerful tools they are able to utilize not only in my class but also in any coursework in which they are attempting to utilize pdfs.” Brian Worthington
These days, there is more students can do with their devices in a classroom than… Read Story