Teachers on a school that has a contract with Loops can, in short:
- build your own loops using your own teaching material and online resources
- build loops with colleagues you have invited
- use loops from the open libraries by showing them on a screen, starting or remixing them.
- use loops in your organization’s/school’s own library by showing them on a screen, starting or remixing them.
- start loops you have built or found in the library and invite students to work in them and colleagues to collaborate in the loops.
- start loops for teachers and invite colleagues to work in them
- track students’ and/or colleagues’ work in a distributed loop and give them formative feedback
- see an overview of your students’ work under My student overview
- save copies of started loops you have continued building on
- publish loops to the Worldwide Loops library
- publish loops to your own organization’s library
- share a loop to people who don’t have a Loops account, via link.
Depending on what settings the administrator for the school has made, sometimes teachers can also:
- invite students and teachers to your school
- remove students and teachers from your school
- create and edit groups