Interactive Classroom Tool Discussion
An active learning environment promotes student involvement in the learning process to construct, apply, and synthesize content. Student Response System technology has assisted NYU Tandon faculty with fostering collaboration, interactivity and discussion throughout course lectures whether instruction is conducted in-person, online or hybrid.
Take advantage of this discussion session to explore various classroom response tools available for use with undergraduate and graduate students.
- Overview of available student response technology tools
- Experience the role of the student when participating in an interactive learning session
- Create interactive content and learning activities
- Open discussion on current and future use of interactive learning tools
Please provide 24 hours notice when planning to attend FITL workshops.
FITL workshops are for faculty and staff.