Develop Students'
Higher Order Thinking

Reinvent peer-to-peer learning in a twenty-first-century way

Let your students learn by helping you

How Does it Work

Step 1

Assign Activities

The professor assigns an activity of higher-order-thinking-skills, picks and edits a rubric and schedule

Step 2

Create and Submit

Students Create and submit their materials

Step 3

Evaluate Peers

Students Analyze and Evaluate peers, grade and provide feedback on creation. They will then give feedback on the feedback they received

Step 4

Review Class Progress

Gamification and insightful data help students develop critical thinking and feedback delivery skills. The professor uses data to monitor, mediate disputes and mentor as needed

Help Professors save time

They Learn More by Teaching,
You Save Time

Kritik is emerging from a decade of research and experience working with the teaching faculties in dozens of Universities. We have seen when faculty step out from their authoritative teaching method and put their students at the centre of instruction, not only do they find time to focus more on giving personalized feedback to students who need it the most, they also enable students' higher-order thinking.

Different types of Homework

Assign Students to

Create Questions
Students gain learning curiosity toward a particular topic by creating questions themselves

Write an Essay
Students develop their own arguments and apply their analytical skills

Teach a Concept to Classmates
Students enhance their comprehension and memorization of the course materials through teaching to peers

Present Creatively
Students create or adopt multimedia and visual learning modules for a given concept

Analyze, evaluate and Create

Following the Science of Bloom's

Kritik is the first technology that focuses on developing students' analysis, evaluation and creation skills in a gamified and structured way

Student Centric

When students are at the center of the instruction, they are encouraged to learn more and in-depth by evaluating other peers' works

Formative Assessment

Analysis, evaluation, and creation are the most forgotten ones in student assessments


Through a gamified process, students find it fun and engaging to participate in higher-order thinking activities

“I am impressed by how much thought and research has gone into designing the kritik app".

Dr. Prena Poojary-Mazzotta

Assistant Professor, University of Florida

“I want my students to practice how to tolerate opposing ideas and engage in healthy debates. The kritik app makes it much easier to engage everyone in this learning process.”

Professor Matt Numer

Instructor of Human Sexuality, Dalhousie University