For Schools and Districts

ClassHook supports your teachers and improves student outcomes.

Increase engagement

Teachers using ClassHook report a 70% average increase in engagement compared to other types of content.

ClassHook's library of video clips from television and movies improves student engagement and retention

  • Popular media captures student interest and attention because it is relatable. It also builds critical thinking skills and media literacy.
  • We forget 66% of what we learn in a single day. ClassHook helps to reinforce key concepts for students in a fun and memorable way.
  • ClassHook helps students understand character perspective, motives, and feeling, which helps them to become more empathetic and well-rounded citizens.
Teacher thinking at desk

Save your teachers time

Critical to an effective learning environment is an effective teacher.

In talking with teachers, we found that they are keen to include forms of media in their lesson, but when it can take up to an hour to find the right content, does it become a high priority?

With ClassHook, teachers can find content-specific videos that are appropriate for their students in just a few minutes. This saves them time so that they can focus on student understanding and achievement, not on searching.

Why engagement?

Attendance, test scores, and graduation rates are all directly impacted by student engagement.

When students are engaged, they are involved in and enthusiastic about school. Studies show that engaged students are...

Content Matters

Students report their relevance and interest in their own learning as top factors that influence engagement.

Content plays an important role in shaping students' perceptions of their learning. High-quality content captures students' attention and evokes their curiosity, making them want to learn more.

ClassHook can provide this high-quality content to your school and get your students excited for class every day.

28% of 11th graders vs. 66% of 5th graders feel their schoolwork is important
16% of 11th graders vs. 47% of 5th graders have fun at school
32% of 11th graders vs. 59% of 5th graders find their learning to be interesting

So Many Use Cases

As a Hook
Capture student attention and interest with a short, engaging, and on-topic TV or movie clip.
Exemplify real-world scenarios
Present ethical dilemmas, showcase science experiments, and explore controversial topics.
Encourage deeper discourse
Challenge students to think critically about the videos they're watching, and practice key skills with Live Discussions.

Request a Quote

Schedule a quick call with us to learn more about bringing ClassHook to your school or district.

Prefer to email? Click here.