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Student Perspective: How Packback Questions Measures up to Other Discussion Platforms

Student Jenna Baker shares her experience with Packback Questions. An essential feature of the Packback Questions platform is its interactive nature. One main purpose of having students write discussion posts or ask questions is so they can grow and learn from one another in addition to classroom learning. Although this may be the common use […]

The Ability for Students to Engage and Interact 24/7

Student Beverly Paz shares her experience with Packback Questions. When attending larger schools, such as the University of Alabama, it is nearly impossible to avoid larger classes. Within two years, I have been in several lecture-based classes with a couple of hundred classmates. The issue is that when the class is too big, the professor […]

The Sky is the Limit with Packback Questions

Student Jenna Baker shares her experience with Packback Questions. Last semester, I took BIOS 350 (Microbiology), and my professor used Packback Questions to let our class explore our curiosity and collaborate with each other through structured, student-led online discussion. It also allows my professor to evaluate us on our curiosity and our interest with the […]