Research Day 2018 Schedule

Event Title

Interactive Assessment Models in the Classroom

Location

D1497

Start Date

4-6-2018 1:10 PM

End Date

4-6-2018 1:40 PM

Abstract

A small pilot study was conducted on the efficacy of interactive assessment models in the classroom. This study evaluated the use of TopHat software in two sections of a general education course. The sections were taught by the same instructor, using the same lecture materials and textbook. Both sections met three times weekly for 50 minute periods. One section was given questions pertaining to the assigned readings prior to the accompanying lecture, while the other session was administered the questions after the accompanying lecture. The purpose of this study was to determine: 1) if students in the pre or post question conditioned performed better on questions related to course content; 2) if test performance was significantly different between the pre and post condition groups; 3) if overall course grade was significantly different between the pre and post condition groups.

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Apr 6th, 1:10 PM Apr 6th, 1:40 PM

Interactive Assessment Models in the Classroom

D1497

A small pilot study was conducted on the efficacy of interactive assessment models in the classroom. This study evaluated the use of TopHat software in two sections of a general education course. The sections were taught by the same instructor, using the same lecture materials and textbook. Both sections met three times weekly for 50 minute periods. One section was given questions pertaining to the assigned readings prior to the accompanying lecture, while the other session was administered the questions after the accompanying lecture. The purpose of this study was to determine: 1) if students in the pre or post question conditioned performed better on questions related to course content; 2) if test performance was significantly different between the pre and post condition groups; 3) if overall course grade was significantly different between the pre and post condition groups.