YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio – Turning Technologies, the global leader in learning engagement and assessment solutions, will hold the Turning Technologies Learning Forum on Oct. 18 at the Northeast Ohio Medical University. The forum will focus on innovative teaching, active learning and how technology like student response systems (SRS) can support these endeavors.
The learning forum features two keynote speakers. Conor McLennan, an associate professor of Psychology and director of the Language Research Laboratory at Cleveland State University, will share various ways to apply research findings from cognitive psychology to teaching and learning, as well as best practices and ways to encourage active participation with the use of student response clickers.
Professor of Chemistry at the University of Akron David Perry’s address will focus on best practices for using interactive student polling to enhance student achievement in large undergraduate classes. In particular, he will enumerate how student response technology supports a flipped classroom and how it enables daily testing and active learning.
A full list of events is available here. Registration is $25, and includes a continental breakfast and lunch. Anyone who wants to register can visit https://www.eventbrite.com/e/turning-technologies-learning-forum-registration-37422803613.
About Turning Technologies:
Turning Technologies is the global leader for learning engagement and assessment solutions. Founded in 2002 in Youngstown, OH, Turning Technologies began with the development of response technology to connect learners to learning. Today, over 20 million Turning Technologies response devices have been delivered to K-12 schools, universities and businesses worldwide. Information on Turning Technologies can be found at www.TurningTechnologies.com. Follow @TurningTech.