Should Duolingo be assigned in more schools?
I feel that I speak for a lot of people when I say that Duolingo is a good choice when it comes to learning a new language, even from scratch.
There is also Duolingo for schools, which is Duolingo adapted for teachers and large groups of students. Though it sounds like a good idea, I don't know of anyone (personally) that uses it.
As of now, many schools are assigning students to use a language learning site called Rosetta Stone, a system which a lot of people (including me) don't really like. Since I've never used Duolingo for Schools specifically, I don't know so much about it. If I could, I'd like to hear from someone who uses Duolingo for Schools and hear what works and what doesn't. How is it different from the normal Duolingo?
Duolingo for Schools allows the teacher to track their students' progress.
It also allows the teacher to reset passwords, eliminate content from the course, and block students from using the forums.
How is it different from the normal Duolingo?
The language courses are exactly the same and unfortunately also the lots of bugs and glitches.
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