Dr. Danielle Goodspeed shares her secret for getting students excited to participate in just 15 minutes a week. She uses Packback’s Feed Sorting feature to find three students questions to bring into class.
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Since implementing Packback, Dr. Erwing says he’s been satisfied with how his students have been discussing class concepts to better understand the world around them.
Dr. Corey Fox wants the students that complete his business strategy capstone course at Texas State University to have strong communication, critical thinking and application skills. “We want [students] to be able to do things like communicate both written and orally, develop analytical and critical thinking skills [and] be able to integrate some of the […]
Dr. Paivi Hoikkala teaches upper-level online history courses at California Polytechnic State University, Pomona. Her primary goal, aside from getting her students to have a general sense of chronology, is to help them make connections between the past and the present. “One of the main things I want students to get from the class is […]
Dr. Bryan McCarthy shares what it’s like working with Packback and how the Packback team stands out from other EdTech companies.
Dr. Bryan McCarthy shares some of the challenges he faces in teaching philosophy and how Packback helped to overcome some of those challenges.
Learn why Dr. Kathleen West feels more connected with the students in her online course at the University of North Carolina Charlotte since implementing Packback.
Dr. Kathleen West shares why Packback was more valuable for her students at the University of North Carolina Charlotte than discussion features found on popular Learning Management Systems.
Dr. Matt Goren compares student posts from Packback and Blackboard and explains why he believes Packback posts were of a higher quality.
Learn what happened to student grades when Michigan State University professor Dr. Kaston Anderson-Carpenter turned student posts on Packback into test questions.