It’s spring again - the birds are chirping, the flowers are blooming, and it’s a time for new beginnings. Check out what the team at Spaces has been working on to help you kick off the season in a fresh new way.

Adding Curriculum Tags directly to Activities

Teachers can apply Curriculum Tags upon Activity creation - ideal for supporting Universal Backward Design. Tags added to an Activity are automatically applied to student submissions and the subsequent published Activity submission posts.

That’s right! That means that you no longer have to hunt for the Activity submission posts and apply Curriculum Tags one-by-one. You only need to apply it once to the Activity.

Learn more about how Activities and Curriculum Tags work together here.

Copy Post

Teachers and students will be able to create a copy of any of their posts and add it to another Space. Great for sharing exemplary student work or creating a summative report.

Note - Teachers will be able to create copies of any post within their feeds, while students can only create copies of their own posts.

Learn more about the ability to copy posts

Share Activity URL

Teachers will be able to share links to an Activity for co-teachers and students to access directly from other platforms (eg. Google Classroom, Microsoft Teams, etc.).

Additional Updates

We also made a handful of smaller performance and quality of life improvements within the Spaces platform.

  • Within the comment filters for Individual and Group Space posts, an issue has been fixed where the feed would ‘bounce’ as you filter between students or groups

  • We’ve added new limits to Curriculum Tags within your account

  • We’ve updated the comment filter sorting order to show most recent up top

If you’re interested in learning more about Spaces Pro features for your school or district, don’t hesitate to contact us - [email protected].

Stay tuned for more information on upcoming releases. For the latest updates, check out our Public Product Roadmap. You can submit ideas or add your thoughts to any of the existing Roadmap items.

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