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Transforming in Class and out of Class Student Engagement Through Active Learning
Dr John Couperthwaite, Echo360
Many are now questioning the relevance of the lecture in mainstream education as learners seek personalised interaction and feedback, and more flexible ways to study (Buitendijk, 2017). However, the answer is not to replace the lecture, but to reinvent it, using technology to empower both learners and teachers. Evidence is now emerging that use of engagement tools and learning analytics in lectures can have a significant impact on critical learning measures, such as early warning of student failure (Freeman et al, 2014; Samson, 2016), and boosting retention (HEC, 2016), while also increasing learning gain and exam scores (Montpetit, 2016).
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