Elizabeth Jenkins shares how Packback meets students where they are and allows them to continue conversations and engage with each other outside of the classroom.
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Dr. Carol Higham has been using Packback for a few semesters and created a unique way to grade her discussions. Since the Curiosity Score on Packback doesn’t correlate to a standard grading scale, Dr. Higham takes the mean Curiosity Score in her class and establishes that as the “C” for the course. At the beginning […]
Dr. Matt Eick shares how easy it was for him to use Packback to help build his students’ critical thinking skills.
Dr. Christopher Edwards-Bruner shares why he thinks Packback is a great tool for helping students see how physics can be applied to their lives and the world around them.
Heather Kearns shares how Packback has helped engage all 263 of her students in class discussions.
Dr. Bryan McCarthy shares how since implementing Packback students have favorably evaluated his philosophy courses saying they feel like they’ve learned more in his class than other classes.
Dr. Joshua Adams shares how Packback increased student engagement in an online forestry course that students had previously shown little excitement in taking.
Colin Hughes wants his students to see value in the tools they’re buying. By incorporating students’ Packback posts into class each week, students can see the importance of their questions and how their posts relate to the rest of the course.
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