Indiana University has selected Top Hat as its preferred student engagement tool for more than 114,000 students on seven of its campuses.
For those dedicated teachers spending sunny summer days stuck in a lecture hall, here are nine pieces of “advice” (and one piece of actual advice).
Now, as an instructor, you can use a screen reader and keyboard controls on your browser to conduct a lecture, from beginning to end.
The award-winning UCLA professor talks to us about innovations in teaching, how best to engage millennials and when technology is appropriate and when it is distracting.
Separating first-year students into individual apartments isolates students, says Dan Chambliss. Instead, colleges should stick to the traditional, long-hall, four-students-to-a-room dorms.
Richard A Muller, author and Professor of Physics at UC Berkeley, writes about the inspirational teaching technique of political scientist Ken Jowitt.
It’s official: Top Hat is the best Canadian startup around, and at the sixth annual TechVibes awards we received the trophy to prove it.
About the least effective thing you can do to improve classroom learning is enact a major, centralized plan, according to sociology professor Dan Chambliss.
Professors can now choose whether to start the countdown for a question right away, or to trigger it manually.
Students’ attention holds better if you upturn expectations, says education author James Lang in our latest webinar.
We’re thrilled to be nominated as one of the three finalists for TechVibes Canadian Startup of The Year.
It’s no secret that using technology in the classroom, in K-12 and in higher education, has been a controversial debate for the last coupl..