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Why TurningPoint Student Polling
Works for Arts and Humanities

Student Response Devices

LEVERAGE STUDENT RESPONSE SYSTEMS WITH MOBILE DEVICES

  • Create conversations and encourage collaboration
  • Include remote or online students in discussions
  • Interactive questions provide active, engaged learning
  • Conduct self-paced assessments and evaluations
  • Answer students' questions quickly with messaging capabilities
  • Add interactive polling slides into new or existing PowerPoint presentations

90%

of learners agreed that student response systems facilitated critical thinking

92%

of learners felt student clickers helped them see what they know or don’t know

72%

of learners indicated that response SRS technology helped them know their peers’ thinking

Resources for Arts and Humanities

Using Electronic Voting Systems in the Arts and Humanities
Session explores student response technology possibilities to enhance teaching methods beyond sciences.

Vignettes of TurningPoint Use within Humanities
Part 1 Part 2 Part 3 Part 4
Highlights the work of faculty users through short PechaKucha-style presentations, limited by duration and number of slides in order to create short, but poignant stories.

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"Turning Technologies software can also be used while playing an audio example, asking students to answer questions about what they are hearing."
Brandon Bascom
Professor, Department of Music
Brigham Young University – Idaho