Create an online and active learning classroom with Top Hat’s online learning platform
In the past few years, there’s been a spike in technological learning strategies in higher education. Things like online learning, blended learning, elearning, moocs, distance learning, online courses and online teaching have become increasingly popular. As instructors move towards making their classrooms more engaging, the need for a reliable software becomes more important. That’s where Top Hat Classroom comes in. Our online learning platform uses smartphones, laptops, and tablets to facilitate engagement, allowing any educator to effectively create a dynamic university or college classroom environment.
Top Hat Classroom integrates with YouSeeU, a video assignment tool, allowing your students to create and submit assignments via video. Pressed for time? Instructors can import free, pre-made interactive questions from the Top Hat Marketplace, a virtual hub that houses thousands of pieces of educational content. We offer industry-leading instructional design and curriculum design support, so educators are set up for success from day one
Top Hat Classroom syncs directly with the devices college and university students already own and use on a daily basis. There’s no need for them to purchase additional hardware. Simply download our app and away you go. We also offer integrations with popular learning management systems, including Moodle, Blackboard and Desire2Learn.
Our web-based learning platform is proven to increase student engagement and improve the learning experience in classrooms . We’re used by over 750 of the top 1000 colleges and universities across North America. See why educators and administrators trust us — sign up for a personalized walk-through today.
Enhance your teaching methods by using Top Hat to offer asynchronous lectures with a focus on student-centred learning.
Instructors can sync their lecture slides with students’ devices, allowing them to follow along in real-time.
Students are unable to move ahead of the instructor, so their attention remains focused on what’s being presented.
You can share student responses and correct answers to questions posed in class using visual graphs, word clouds and heat maps.
An online learning platform can be considered a set of interactive learning tools that both educators and students interact with. Professors can upload course content and ask questions, create formative tests, grade tests, monitor student feedback and more. Basically, it is a software tool that aids in making education more active