When Dalhousie Professor Matt Numer teaches Human Sexuality to his undergraduate class of 450, he knows he’s not going to hear from everyone in the room.
The course is fraught with delicate subject matter—it’s all about sex—that would be uncomfortable for anyone to discuss publicly, especially the introverts in the crowd. Learn how Professor Numer changed the game and got even his most quiet students to weigh in after he started using Top Hat Classroom.
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Quiet students. Every classroom has them. And their ideas are almost always drowned out by the same five extroverts who dominate the discussion. So how do you, as a professor, foster an open, engaged environment in which every student can learn, regularly contribute and benefit from your lectures?
Join Dalhousie Professor Matt Numer for a tactical discussion of how he used Top Hat Classroom to draw out his most quiet students and create an engaging classroom for all.
Matthew Numer is an associate professor who teaches human sexuality in the School of Health and Human Performance at Halifax’s Dalhousie University.