Organising Students


How to Use Roamer in the Classroom

You can use Roamer in three different ways:

  1. Single Student
  2. Group Work
  3. Whole-Class Activity

We call these, ‘Student Groupings’ and you can use them to search Roamer’s Activity Library for assignments.

Single Student

You can create tasks aimed at advancing an individual student’s learning.  This means SEN students or any pupil who needs extra help. You’ve got complete flexibility of how, when and where you organise the Roamer’s use for these assignments.

An autistic child using CosmoBot (sitting on top of Roamer) at the Mayo Clinic Rochester, Minnesota, USA.

Group Work


Whole Class Activities



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