Dr. Dianne Allen shares how class discussions became an exciting learning experience with student-driven prompts
Dr. Dianne Allen wasn’t excited by discussions in traditional forums, and neither were her students. Dr. Allen decided to try Packback and has found the student-driven discussion platform to be much more enjoyable and educational for her and her students.
“I am learning from [students] as well because they are sometimes asking questions I never would have thought of,” says Dr. Allen.
Northwestern State University of Louisiana
Advanced Physiology & Pathology for Advanced Practice Nurses
“One of the things that I like about [Packback] is that the students are asking the questions. In some of the other courses that I know, faculty use a discussion forum in our school platform, and they ask the questions. I think, for one, it gets kind of boring…but with the students asking the questions, it’s a lot more variety…I am learning from [students] as well because they are sometimes asking questions I never would have thought of. It’s a nice learning experience for all of us.”
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