Modern Audience Response Systems Mean Clickers are Optional

Big meetings are often faced with a big problem – lots of people packed into a conference room or auditorium with their attention easily distracted from the presentation they’re attending. One of the most effective way to keep groups large and small focused on important presentations is through audience response technology.

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Planning a Presentation with a Less-Than-Stellar Speaker? Try a Fireside Chat

Organizing a meeting or seminar for your company or organization can be stressful enough without worrying about how engaging your presenter will be. But often, one of the considerations a planner must make is whether the person scheduled to appear is an engaging speaker or, to be kind, a bit of a dud.

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Stealth Assessment Tracks Training Progress with Gaming Technology

Despite what you might have suspected in high school, teachers can’t read minds. However, using an innovative style of teaching known as “stealth assessment,” it’s now easier for instructors to understand the processes and progression of how learners address challenges, solve problems and formulate answers to questions posed to them.

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Accountability and Participation Make Team-Based Learning Work (Part 2 of 2)

The collaborative nature of team-based learning might seem foreign to many instructors who are firmly rooted in the old study/lecture/test classroom model.
As discussed earlier, these foreign aspects emerge from several factors, perhaps the most significant being the collaborative nature of the team-based learning environment.

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