Giving Instant Feedback to Disabled Students with Technology to Create Engagement and Motivation

  • Dec 7, 2017
  • Online

Instant feedback corrects mistakes at the earliest possible moment and motivates students in the academic setting. Instant feedback can help alleviate some of the frustration that disabled students feel and reinforce positive learning behaviors. Attendees will learn about several technologies that will considerably increase the engagement of students with disabilities and other challenging learners. This webinar will explore several online student response systems such as Kahoot!, Socrative, Quizlet, and Plickers. The psychology of instant feedback and the positive effect it has on students with disabilities will be discussed along with the use of the technology.

This free webinar will take place on December 7th at 4 pm EST. Registration is required in advance.

Host Organization: Center on Technology and Disability

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