Top Hat’s classroom management software helps you create the perfect active learning classroom, manage your class effectively with Top Hat’s suite of software tools
The rise of active learning, blended learning and flipped classrooms means higher education instructors are searching for learning technologies with powerful functionality and capabilities. What if you could assign homework, auto-grade quizzes, ask questions, spark discussions, find and use free interactive content and take attendance reliably all with one app? Well, now you can. Top Hat’s classroom management software allows any educator to leverage smartphones, laptops and tablets into digital learning tools. As a result, higher education instructors feel empowered to create an engaged and focused learning environment.
Top Hat’s classroom management software syncs directly with the devices students already own and use, so there’s no need to purchase additional hardware. We also integrate with popular learning management systems, including Moodle, Blackboard and Desire2Learn.
With Top Hat’s classroom management software, instructors can automatically verify whether a student is physically present in class. They can easily take attendance by prompting students to sign in on their devices using a unique code. Instructors can also auto-assign grades for attendance, rewarding students for showing up and remaining present. Top Hat uses proprietary market-leading technology to verify the physical location of students, ensuring that only those students actually in class get counted. And, we also built in excused absence options for flexibility.
Classroom management software or systems are effective in managing student understanding, learning, and also maybe behavior because they can help enhance students’ core academic skills and competencies or understanding of core concepts in higher education environments this relates to better student grades and automation of your lecture.
Classroom management skills belong to the broader diversification of abilities and methods that educators generally practice in order to make sure students remain organized, appear to lectures on-time, remain focused in their studies, observant and academically productive during an academic year. Software tools like Top Hat can help educators facilitate this effectively with an end-to-end teaching platform that encourages active learning principles.