Presented By: Paige Fisher

Keywords: Assessment, Learning Analytics

Gathering instant feedback from students has the potential to greatly enhance teaching and learning in a large enrollment class. Additionally, the wide variety of tools and platforms available to allow for students to provide instant feedback has dramatically increased in recent years. This presentation will review how gathering instant feedback has been used successfully in a large Introduction to Psychology class. Specific content will include “how tos” , best practices for maximizing student engagement and learning as well as sharing specific examples that can address multiple teaching goals.

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