Find out why teachers and students love Loop’s revolutionary student feedback tool.

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Find out why teachers and students love Loop’s revolutionary student feedback tool.

Join Loop For Free

Loop makes feedback fast, easy, and student friendly.

Loop makes it easier, faster and more effective than ever to collect feedback from your students.

1. Easily
gather feedback

Ask your students a question in less than 30 seconds. Start getting responses in minutes.

2. Gain
fuller responses

Responses are not seen by classmates, giving students the confidence to speak up.

3. Quickly
take action

Instantly reply to student feedback and use day to day feedback to make changes to teaching plans as you go.

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Loop provides struggling
students with an
opportunity to express
themselves, so I can
improve their learning
experience.

– Sarah, Teacher

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“I was able to implement the feedback from my students from the first round of questioning ... which I've had positive feedback about from the students.”

– Tom, Teacher

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Getting started with Loop was unbelievably easy, requiring no IT support and just a quick training that had teachers on board and ready to go.

– Chris, Assistant Principal

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I love the immediate feedback I can get from my students. It's helped me connect with my students on a deeper level than just having classroom discussions! I love it!”

– Michelle, Teacher

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One student told me
anonymously on Loop they were struggling with group work. I was able to go back to them on Loop and provide help.

John, Educator

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Receiving timely feedback, typically on the same day as asking the question, has provided me with confidence of whether students feel engaged and supported.”

– Anne, Teacher

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Loop allows those students who are a little shy to approach me in person to speak up & allows for  immediate questions & responses.

– Rob, Educator

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Traditional
Surveys

One off, long question set

One way communication, no ability to respond

Rigid questions sets

Inconsistent use of questions

Typically conducted at the end of unit/class

Data split between locations