MGA's Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning

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Data Collection Made Fun: Technological, Engaging Ways to Collect and Analyze Student Data

60 minutes

Embedding technology within the classroom is a critical component of promoting active learning. The utilization of technology to collect and analyze data has the potential to transform how professors assess and engage students. The impact of the technology integration will be highlighted from the perspective of instructors and students. The presenters will: 1) Explain how embedding technology impacts student learning, 2) Identify interactive technological platforms to collect and analyze data. 3) Discuss benefits of utilizing the platforms. This presentation is for all who are interested in learning more about the benefits of utilizing technological platforms to engage students and collect and analyze data.

Presenters:
     Dr. Loleta Sartin, Interim Chair of Teacher Education and Social Work
     Molly Kimsey, Lecture, Teacher Education and Social Work
     Katherine Hill, Kathleen Davis, Angel Harris, Halie Seitz

 

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Wednesday, 9/26 at 2:00pm - Macon, TEB 373