Would you like to take a guess at how much companies in the United States spend on teaching and learning development per employee?
$250? Much higher!
$500? Keep guessing.
$1,000? You’re getting warmer!
According to the Association for Talent Development, organizations on average invest $1,208 per individual on training and development. The dollar amount equates to $165 billion spent annually, which is more than the gross domestic product (GDP) for the top 15 countries combined! It’s not just money, but time. Employees on average receive 32 hours of learning per year.
The numbers reveal training is a priority. You cannot have a successful business without a strong and trusted foundation. That’s why Turning Technologies provides easy-to-use learning technology to improve the learning experience in the workplace.
Turn all types of learning material into interactive experiences and poll over top of web pages, videos documents or any application.
- Create and load question lists in advance, or ask questions on-the-fly
- View who has and hasn’t responded with a response grid
This allows the team to respond to assessments, evaluations and surveys at their own pace and revisit questions as needed.
- Ask up to 250 questions and deliver 20 different test versions
- Schedule a specific amount of time or an exact time for assessment completion
By utilizing TurningPoint, you create a memorable learning experience that encourages participant collaboration while collecting real-time, meaningful data to confirm retention.
Audience response systems have made a significant impact on learning:
61% Increase in Discussion
67% Increase in Engagement
70% Increase in Participation
91% Increase in Learning
35% Increase in Assessment Scores
Response technology can give trainers the tools they need to measurably improve employee engagement and results. Trainers can use technology to enhance their efforts to create an informed, engaged and knowledgeable workforce – and give their company an unbeatable competitive advantage.
(Schackow et al., 2004) “Audience Response System: Effect on Learning in Family Medicine Residents”
(Hall et al., 2005) “A Student Response System for Increasing Engagement, Motivation and Learning in High Enrollment Lectures”
(Williams et al., 2003) “Exploring the Use of an Audience Response System as a Vehicle for Content Delivery)