I got the opportunity to present the online tool/ web app, Unstuck that is almost a mediator between the teacher, the lesson, the learning, and the student. It has tools within the web app or the downloadable app that help the student to manage their time more efficiently, get motivated, to solve everyday problems, content specific problems, etc. I registered for the free unstuck app and my issues today qualified me as an “ad liber” and that was my problem. So, it had me organize my day better to reach my short term goals and set up that visual chart for me and connected me with others experiencing issues with really similar specifics within my list of issues/obstacles. I like that the tool is free as well as just as expansive as one can imagine if they are willing to pay the one time subscription fee of $50. This app considers personal and/or professional issues/ goals/ concerns/ and considerations. Also, I learned that this page uses a “hamburger menu” in the upper left to navigate the main pages.
This is something that I would see as really practical for a homeroom class to all connect on. A teacher would be able to track their student’s progress to see if they are meeting their even their shorter term goals and can also screen for only screen professional issues. It is one way for teachers and students alike to connect and problem solve as a team.