With the Interactive Study Materials tools, instructors create engaging comprehension activities where students interact with course materials by responding to questions and discussion prompts. This step encourages asynchronous engagement and makes sure students are well-prepared for in-class deep dives.
Instructors organize an interactive in-class session using the Interactive Presentation tool to dive deeper into the content covered prior to class time by explaining the misconceptions and answering the questions that emerged during the pre-class activity.
Instructors organize an engaging knowledge quiz with the Quiz tool to help students gain awareness of their understanding and areas of improvement, at the same time consolidating and building on their knowledge.
Students apply their knowledge gained from previous activities by discussing a prompt provided by instructors within the Discussion on Topic tool. This step helps stimulate critical thinking and reflection while encouraging collaboration among students.
Instructors identify common themes and questions arose in the previous steps by accessing the analytics within the tools. These insights are then brought to class for discussion and clarification.
Students self-assess and reflect on their skill development, based on pre-defined criteria the teacher has provided within the Self Assessment tool.