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Aug 18
nClass timely and targeted feedback

Effective feedback – timely and targeted

Feedback is extremely important for the learning process. After all, one can only learn from their mistakes if they know they are making them. Feedback also should be timely to be most effective. As a result, it’s incredibly important to not only give your students feedback throughout the semester, but to also get feedback from

Aug 5
nClass student raising hand

4 reasons to start class with a question

Do your students seem lethargic when they come to class? If so, try motivating them with a pre-class question? If done right, a low stakes inquiry can be just the thing to reel in students’ attention before class even starts Make students comfortable with a silly poll: A comforting, but irrelevant question may be just

Apr 20
nClass Skill Development

4 ways to increase corporate training ROI

Follow up up with trainees – Often, employees lose 90% of their new skills after a year if left unassessed. To effectively keep employees trained, assess your employees periodically and offer refresher seminars. Set up channels for feedback – Many firms make this fatal flaw: mismatching training with the reality of the job. How do

Apr 9
nClass Course Evaluation

4 Problems With Course Evaluations

At the end of the semester, students evaluate your work as an instructor. These evaluations can help teachers improve their instruction but in a somewhat flawed way. Here at nClass, we’re put together a few instances where student evaluations can be improved. Students evaluate too late –The feedback teachers get from students can be extremely

Apr 7
likert survey

5 Likert Scale questions to ask in the classroom

While Likert scales may be ubiquitous in the survey world, they seem come into the classroom around review time. Yet, the likert scale is a power tool to assess your students and your own teaching, so why not incorporate it all year? Need inspiration? We’ve put together 5 questions to ask your students using this

Feb 13
nclass students using tablets

How to Conduct Effective Lectures for New Age Learners

An educator’s role is more than simply transfer of information and knowledge, but also to ensure students understand, apply and create from this knowledge. One way this can be done is by turning lectures from one sided orations to discussions, debates and more two way question-answers. Here are a few ways to make your lectures

Jan 5
nclass student feedback

Use Student Feedback to become a Better Teacher

One of the most High-Powered tool for evaluating teaching and methods is the feedback from the students. It is well believed that students who are active in the class are not necessarily the students who have grasped the concept and not all students who comprehend the concept are equally as participative. nClass comes as a

Dec 27
nClass high attendance classroom

High Classroom Attendance: a bonus for the teachers!

Student attendance is usually regarded as a unilateral academic construct, affecting only students and their learning process. However, attendance, because of the irrevocable connection between students and educators, is beneficial for the faculty as well! Faculty members spend a lot of time and effort preparing for class. A class full of students who are engaged,

Dec 6
presentation with nclass

Students: Present Better with nClass

The oral presentation: ever present,ever nerve-racking. How do you secure an A? When making a snappy powerpoint just isn’t enough, add some kick with nClass. Here’s how: Include your audience Usually, you might reel in the rest of the class with a puzzling question. Next time, don’t just leave your audience to mull it over,

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