Increase Participation and Comprehension at the University of Florida
When students see their backgrounds or current events reflected in course material, they’re much more likely to engage in your class. After using interactive polls, discussions and textbook readings that can be updated on the fly, Jamie Pomeranz, Professor of Public Health, saw participation rates soar—and hasn’t looked back since.
In this case study, you’ll learn:
How 83 percent of students agreed that using Top Hat encouraged them to participate more
How 67 percent of learners said their course understanding improved as a result of Top Hat’s interactivity
How 63 percent of Pomeranz’s class ranked Top Hat as the best digital course resource they have used
As part of your download, you’ll also get a one-to-one walkthrough of how Top Hat can make learning more active and relevant for every student at UF.
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