[Socrates] Learning Catalytics Presentation, Wednesday, December 9
David.Goldberg at qc.cuny.edu
Fri Dec 4 10:38:29 EST 2015
Learning Catalytics, a "bring your own device" student engagement, assessment, and classroom intelligence system
The presentation will be given by representatives of Pearson Education:
Learning Catalytics has grown out of twenty years of cutting-edge research, innovation, and implementation of interactive teaching and peer instruction spearheaded by Eric Mazur at Harvard University.
With Learning Catalytics you can:
* Use open-ended questions to get into the minds of students to understand what they do or don't know and adjust lectures accordingly.
* Use a wide variety of question types to sketch a graph, draw a vector, annotate a map or art, highlight a passage, compose text, compute a numeric or algebraic answer, and more.
* Access rich analytics to understand student performance.
* Add your own questions to make Learning Catalytics fit your course exactly.
* Manage student interactions with intelligent grouping and timing.
* Assess and improve students' critical-thinking skills.
Date: Wednesday, December 9, 2015
Time: Free-hour (12:15-1:30PM)
Location: Science Building, B326
Lunch will be provided by Pearson Education.
Question? Feel free to contact David Goldberg david.goldberg at qc.cuny.edu<mailto:david.goldberg at qc.cuny.edu>
Join us to learn more about this exciting technology, available in many Pearson MyLab and Mastering products.
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