Are there any other teachers using Miro?

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Hey guys, I love the idea of this community!

I teach English online using video chat (Skype or Zoom) and Miro.

Mainly, I use Miro to share my prepared materials. It allows me and my students to collaborate and communicate in real time (and it’s also good for setting homework!).

I’d love to know how other teachers are using Miro… 

Here’s a course I’m developing:



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Hi, David, I’m a colleague of yours, I’ve been using Miro for online classes too as well as for h/w, indivudual projects with uni students, etc. Although my boards do not look as structures as yours:joy: . Will be happy to have a look, share and exchange experience !

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Hi David,

I’m most impressed! It also looks like quite a few hours of work to set it up.

I might be helping my son’s school pivot to on-line classes in view of the Covid19 situation.

I’m interested to know what those ‘boxes’ are. Specifically, I’m interested to see how you have translated a teaching plan for an English Course into activities on MIRO.

Any chance of mini-webinar on ZOOM with MIRO? I’ll be happy to exchange ideas about how I use MIRO in my VILTs or virtual training workshops.

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This looks like strong work David! 

I am not a teacher (in the school sense) but many of my friends are. I do ‘visual thinking strategy’ consulting for companies and orgs: Elevator pitch … “helping visionaries think visually and teams think brilliantly.   I use Miro personally and professionally and am constantly using it to educate people and see it having a huge impact in the education space. I also plan to create many knowledge maps or argument trees on current topics to help educate the public on complex issues. 

Anyway... I’m eager to track your progress and this conversation. 

Something I’d enjoy exploring with you and other educators: Knowledge Maps
A close teacher friend of mine and I got really excited by Kahn Academy’s “Math Knowledge Map” back when they used to have it.  We’ve always wanted to see / or make similar for other curricula. Miro could be perfect for that …   


A couple thoughts come to mind: 

  • Central ‘class’ Miro Boards that student uses as public spaces for the whole class (comment, vote, etc) 
  • Student boards with the lessons / curriculum path/maps (a combo of what you have worked up on your right side blended with this Kahn map. (Perhaps this is accomplished with templates as opposed to ‘duplicated board’ ...)
  • Perhaps some custom plugin built on the API to offer extra student-teacher-course UX. I’ve been enjoying building custom Miro plugins over the last couple months and am familiar with the API and development workflow)  

I’d love to hear more about your plans for using this in real-life class room setting.

Hit me up if you want to connect on this or just nerd out on Miro :)

Keep up the great work! 


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Hi guys, I am also English teacher, though I am not a native. I use MIRO in regular classes. I teach phonetics, grammar and vocabulary. It’s a great tool. 

Here’s some of my boards, I am developing a course for the book that we use at school. I miss some functions, e.g. I would be great to have Quizlet’s cards on my board, or Kahoot’s quizzes. And maybe some audio pieces to listen together with my students when they are on distant learning curriculum, especially important due to possible quarantining of the schools.


Dear, developers

Is it possible to add these functions?

And maybe some of my native colleagues could share boards and tips?

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Hi David, 


I teach IBDP and IGCSE Physics on Miro.  Trying to develop a framework for structured teaching. I use IPEVO annotator to record my classes and later I upload these on google drive. Helps me take care of the slow learners as they have all sessions available and no one misses a class. 


Here are some of the snapshots of my work.   Looking forward to learn further from you all !


(1)  A mindmap for revision

(2) A classroom template 


(3)  typical example of classwork


Hey @Rustam, thanks for your question to the Miro team :relaxed:

We are not planning integrations with Quizlet and Kahoot at the moment, but I will pitch it to the team.

Speaking about audio files, while you can’t upload them from your device directly, you can try SoundCloud and embed files from there. Does it work?

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Hi David,

I’m most impressed! It also looks like quite a few hours of work to set it up.

I might be helping my son’s school pivot to on-line classes in view of the Covid19 situation.

I’m interested to know what those ‘boxes’ are. Specifically, I’m interested to see how you have translated a teaching plan for an English Course into activities on MIRO.

Any chance of mini-webinar on ZOOM with MIRO? I’ll be happy to exchange ideas about how I use MIRO in my VILTs or virtual training workshops

Hi Francis,


It does take time to set these boards up… but it saves time in the long-run compared to my colleagues who stick with more traditional lesson preparation (which usually has to be repeated each time you teach that particular lesson).

The boxes on my board are individual sessions in a unit. For example…

This is from a beginner course. If you look in the bottom right there are further materials… there’s a Google Docs workbook, a link to another section on the board for explaining grammar points and every session has a Quizlet set for students to practice. 

David :thumbsup:

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@Max Harper Love the knowledge map idea. I’ve been working on something like this for teaching/organising ideas around English grammar. But it could be useful in so many settings!

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@Rustam You can embed Quizlet sets on Miro…

In Quizlet, when viewing your set, there’s this option…

You can use the embed iframe tool in Miro to put it wherever you need :)




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@Chirag Jhala This looks really good! I organise my Modules/units like this: 

Or something simpler:

Great to see how you’re using it :)


Good to know about Quizlet, @David Latham! Thank you :relaxed:  

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Excellent thread, thank you! I'm learning a ton here. Let me share the little I learned.


I'm not a teacher, but I do give trainings. Right now my team and I are trying to figure out how to pull our trainings for the physical shared space into the virtual world. In our normal trainings we don't use slides - it's all drawing on flipcharts and table exercises

A few months ago, for many reasons, I had to scramble and give one of modules - relative estimations - to a group of 15+ students. 

explanation on the left; group tables on the right


On the left, I had a frame where I drew as I explained. I drew using a Google Chromebook with the pen. On the right, I had "tables" where the participants worked.

My steps:

Preparation before the workshop

  1. I made frames with different colors and different names
  2. I put the participants names in those frames
  3. I set up Zoom Rooms with the names and add the correct people to it

During the workshop

  1. I explained by drawing on the left.
  2. they broke off into Zoom Rooms to work in separate teams
  3. We debriefed all together on the white frame.

It worked quite OK. I specially liked the drawing. It's not the same as the marker+paper I'm used to, but I can learn how to like this.



That is amazing!  Do you think you might be willing to share the bones as a template?  You are incredible!  I have been trying to create something like this forever!

Hi David, 

I love your course layout! I teach Spanish and started using Miro in some of my classes last semester. I really enjoyed it and I think the students found it useful as well. With the need for social distancing and not sharing materials in the classroom, I’ve used Miro in-person and for synchronous online class meetings. Your design is helping me generate ideas for how I want my layout as well. We also use Moodle as an LMS, so I’m trying to decide how much information to put in each area. Thanks for giving me some ideas! 


Hi there, just a quick note from me as I was really happy to find this topic, so thanks for putting it out there. Equally, it's fascinating reading and viewing everyone's experiences and innovations.

I lead on an industry backed Games, Animation and VFX course, post 16 in the UK. Since our industry partners set work experience through Miro, I have transitioned evidence of work and assessments to various boards.

As with many of you here, I have reassembled materials onto boards, taking advantage of strand based or compartmentalised content tools. I have to be honest, most of the materials I produce with the students in the sessions, they run with it pull in all manner of examples, you get so much more insight into them as individuals, what they know and gather lots of interesting nuances that they bring to the table. Later, we check it and clean it up afterwards. Our use of Miro extends to assessment materials too that span the whole year. All formative and summative documentation in one board for each student; this is really powerful. Luckily, as we have a great relationship with our external moderators, the plan is to provide access to work and assessment records, allowing for full transparency. 

As far as student work is concerned, I've been quite inspired to see the multiple and unique methods that students have used in preparing revision organisers, report writing structures, creative ideation and process based practices. We allow them the ownership of organising, presenting material with agency for peer supporting and experimenting with the tools here to this.

Anyway, I hope some of this was interesting to you reading this. 





Is there any chance you would be gracious enough to share a copy of your board with me.  I occasionally get newcommer students (I do put out ELL for k-12) and I think it would be amazing for them.  Additionally it would give me some awesome ideas how to set up virtual textbooks for my ELA classes.   In turn if anything I end up developing for ELA is helpful I would be happy to share back (but I can’t promise I will rock this whole miro thing)