Paul Hillman shares how he’s using Packback to improve his ethics’ students’ question-asking skills
The ability to ask strong questions and support opinions is an important aspect of ethics. In Paul Hillman’s class, students use Packback to practice their question-asking and debating skills each week.
Grand Valley State University
“I’ve been using Packback; this is actually the first semester I’ve been using it. And I did it because I was trying to enhance engagement outside of class. I have used our LMS system’s discussion board previously and have been disappointed with that. So, I bring it up in class as an opportunity for people to ask better questions. I teach business ethics, and as a result, there’s a lot of questioning that goes on, and I think it’s important that the students have the ability to formulate good questions. And probably even more importantly provide [good] answers.”
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