Best of all, Gooru adapts to you. Based on the topics you study and your performance on self-assessments, Gooru suggests resources and study guides that will help you master the concepts. You can track your study habits and monitor your performance on any of the topics you study.
Find Standards-Aligned Learning Content
Quickly and easily pinpoint resources vetted by other teachers using Gooru’s search. Browse through collections, complete lessons made by other teachers, or identify individual resources to address specific student needs. Filter search results by grade level, resource type, and Common Core State Standard. Engage your students with millions of K-12 videos, games, digital textbooks, and question items from all your favorite providers, from PhET, Autodesk, Common Sense Media, and more!
Build a Collection: Customize learning materials to fit the needs of each class or student
Pair a short video with a digital textbook or a series of questions to create a Collection on various topics, like slope, cells, or the Silk Road. Create your own collections or save and customize pre-existing collections by organizing resources that you discover in search, uploading your own resources, and adding or authoring questions to check for student understanding.
Manage and share class assignments
Assign collections and quizzes to your students by sharing a simple code. Sign-in isn’t required, and Gooru provides a single-click experience for students to access your collections.
Monitor engagement, comprehension, and progress.
As your students move through a collection, they can indicate how they feel about each resource they’re studying by selecting a response, from "I can explain!" to "I need help." Track student reactions to see which resources are resonating with them and where students need additional help.
Check for understanding by including a variety of question types in your collection for students to test what they’ve learned and identify areas to review. In the Collection Analytics pane, see a summary of your students responses as well as student reactions.