As enrollment and classroom size increases, students may feel increasingly passive or anonymous. McGraw offers techniques and technologies for engaging the attention of students and increasing active learning. We can help you design and deploy forms of feedback during lectures, such as "clickers," that actively enable students to process new ideas, index their comprehension, and reveal gaps in their understanding. If you are teaching in a classroom that was designed in another century, perhaps for a less active form of teaching, we can help overcome some of the architectural and technical challenges to encourage student interaction.
Read about teaching technologies that enable active engagement and feel free to schedule a consultation with one of our teaching technology experts here.