KungFu Writing is a cloud-based feedback tool for language teachers that enhances student learning.
Save your time.
With KungFu Writing, you can give most of your feedback in just two clicks.
Whether you're commenting on grammar, content or style, most of the feedback you give is repeated over and over again. In KungFu Writing, you only have to write each comment the first time - after that, giving the comment is as easy as clicking a button.
As you develop your comment template database, your work gets faster and faster. You save time with every comment you give.
Give better feedback.
Help your students.
Unlike with other tools, feedback in KungFu Writing is rich.
By using detailed descriptions, flexible formatting and links to additional materials in your feedback, your students learn from each comment you give.
Because the feedback you give is based on reusable comment templates, your students always get the same, high quality of feedback.
Unleash your potential.
As a cloud service, KungFu Writing is at your use anytime, anywhere.
Every comment you give in KungFu Writing can be used to improve your teaching. Analyze the feedback you've given using statistics and overviews, and use the knowledge to improve your work
Collaborate with your colleagues by co-teaching courses and sharing comment templates. Work together to give your students the best possible feedback.
KungFu Writing is a Finnish innovation firm established in 2011 for development of blended learning tools and technologies. KFW co-founder, Juhana Nieminen, is an e-learning specialist and evangelist who has been working on blended learning projects since 2001. Juhana found that while substance seems to separate fields of science from each other they can be brought together with e-learning solutions. Moving from Natural sciences (Helsinki University Dept. of Forest Resources) to Languages (Aalto-university Language Centre) enabled him to explore the "larger picture" and overview of the tools needed to make the life of teacher's lives a bit easier. With colleagues from the Language Centre an idea was put forth to make the most flexible, easy to use and scalable feedback tool to date. Since none of the commercially-available feedback tools were adequate, a schematic for such a tool was built and financed outside the academic restraints.