Immediate feedback

Providing students with immediate feedback when they answer a question inaccurately has been shown to increase test scores and retention of material.

When Awareness Promotes Prevention

TurningPoint’s Role in Student Learning and Technological Innovation

“People attending our courses come from all sorts of clinical backgrounds and roles, and when we are discussing a particular case, we can ask the audience what they would do next. We can compare the results immediately, which in turn provokes further discussions. We can also take a vote before we discuss a contentious subject, and then another vote afterwards. A graph shows how people’s attitudes have changed during the course of the debate.”

-Dr. Adam Fox, Honorary Senior Lecturer,
King’s College London

How it works with TurningPoint

Immediate Feedback Learning Theory Pedagogy

By providing a chart and correct answer indicator, learners and instructors get immediate results and awareness of the correct answer.

Immediate Feedback Pedagogy Learning Theory

To view learner-specific responses, use a split/dual screen to view the participant monitor only on the instructor’s laptop.

Learning Theories TurningPoint results Immediate Feedback

Provide each individual learner with their “Results by Participant” report as a study guide.