The Packback Blog

Fierce Education Covers Packback’s Partnership with the League

In a new article for Fierce Education, Peggy Bresnick outlines the new relationship between Packback and the League for Innovation in the Community College. She explains how the partnership came about and the impact it will have on member schools.

Packback Partners with the League for Innovation

In a release on Cision PRWeb, Packback announced its partnership with the international non-profit organization the League for Innovation in the Community College. The organizations are joining forces to provide Packback’s instructional technology to the League’s member schools.

Dr. Adam Fein Explains How Packback Provides Essential Feedback to Students

Dr. Adam Fein, Vice President for Digital Strategy and Innovation at the University of North Texas, has spent the last several years researching the impact of A.I.-generated instant feedback on student motivation and success. In a new article for eCampus News, Dr. Fein delivers findings from this research and explains why meaningful feedback is especially critical …

On-Demand Webinar: Sparking Magic with Packback Instruct

On April 26th, 2022, Packback’s Chief Product Officer, Jessica Tenuta, led a webinar all about Packback’s latest release, Packback Instruct! Dr. Phil Mixter (Associate Professor, Associate Director of Alumni Relations, Washington State University School of Molecular Biosciences) and Keith Hollowell (Adjunct Faculty, English Department, Virginia Commonwealth University) joined the conversation to share how they use …

Rethinking the Socratic Method for a New Generation

Dr. Jeremy Van Hof, director of Learning Technologies at Broad College of Business, says that sometimes what’s new isn’t necessarily what’s best. What actually makes the difference between a shiny new tool and a tool that you need in your classroom? One that builds on traditional methods rather than avoiding them altogether.

In the Wake of COVID-19, Tools Like Packback Help Instructors Reset Expectations and Empower Students

In a new article for Getting Smart, Dr. Bill Harrison, former superintendent of Cumberland County Schools and former chair of the North Carolina State Board of Education, explores the potential of AI to reshape classroom expectations so that students can thrive.

5 Tips For Avoiding Burnout

Whether you are a K-12 teacher or a higher ed professor, you may sometimes feel overwhelmed by your workload. While some stress is normal, if it dominates your life then it can lead to burnout.  Between grading, meetings, and actual teaching, burnout is common among educators – so we pulled together five tips to help …

K-12 Dive Article Outlines How Tools Like Packback Can Build Classroom Community and Save Educator Time

In a new article for K-12 Dive, former Superintendent of Palm Beach County Schools, Robert Avossa, shares how educators can free up their time from administrative tasks to focus on students. The solution? Implementing the right EdTech tools that can save time in the classroom while promoting community.