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Helping professors make teaching fun and effective
Innovative educators at more than 750 campuses rely on Top Hat. Find out how they use it to engage students and build comprehension before, during and after class.
The Impact of Participation on Exam Scores
John Redden co-authored a Top Hat textbook to offer students extra credit. His findings show that students who interact with Top Hat the most also earn the highest exam scores.
John ReddenAssociate Professor, Physiology and Neurobiology, University of Connecticut
Textbooks That Keep Students on Track
"To expect students to purchase the hard copy textbook (currently retailing for approximately $130) and then perhaps not even read it, was a huge waste."
Dr. Mem MahmutSenior Lecturer, Department of Psychology, Macquarie University
Textbooks That Revolutionize Student Motivation and Engagement
Jamie Pomeranz's students master evolving issues in public health through Top Hat. 83% of students agree that the interactive platform encourages participation during difficult in-class debates.
Jamie PomeranzAssociate Professor, Ethics and Legal Issues in Public Health, University of Florida
Saving Students Over $1 Million
OSU consolidated technology and reduced costs with Top Hat. 43,000 students transitioned to the cloud-based platform, eliminating clickers and saving them $1.8 million.
Boosting Student Performance with Technology
Luke Green uses Top Hat to foster a safe, inclusive learning environment. Using the app in class and at home for interactive readings helped him increase course averages by 4% and decrease DFW rates by 12%.
Luke GreenInstructor, Communications Studies, St. Cloud Technical & Community College
Improving Student Engagement in 400+ Classes
Top Hat encouraged students to participate more despite this course's sensitive subject matter. When Matt Numer asked students how much they valued Top Hat, they gave the app a rating of 9 out of 10.