Turn Off Facebook
LectureTools turns on engagement
Dr. Perry Samson knew that students in his large classes were choosing Facebook over paying attention to lecture. So he invented LectureTools. The results are crystal clear: today more than 60% of students are talking, engaging and interacting during class. Discover how Perry has used technology to change his teaching and why you shouldn’t be afraid to do the same.
Want Teaching to be Fulfilling?
A look inside the interactive classroom.
When Dr. Melissa Gross of the University of Michigan wanted to get her students talking, she turned to LectureTools. Today her classroom is transformed. “We’re sharing the material, and having conversations about the material—that is joyful to me as a professor and much more interesting to the students,” she said. Watch Melissa’s personal account of how LectureTools put the joy back into her teaching.
It’s as Easy as 1-2-3
Few Things are as Simple as Trying LectureTools.
Technology can be scary. But if you’ve used PowerPoint or Keynote, LectureTools is a breeze. Upload your presentation materials to LectureTools. Insert your questions. Voilà! You’re ready to engage and focus your students throughout the entire class. Not sure? Learn more from this short video.
Ditch the Clicker
LectureTools Tells You When Your Students are Confused
You’ve got great content but it isn’t always easy to know if your students are following along. One-way clicker tools aren’t the solution – they don’t tell you when students are confused. Let LectureTools help with rich analytics, dynamic question types, enticing polls and even an indicator that alerts you when students are falling behind. You’ll know when your students are lost before they do! Watch how one instructor uses LectureTools to uncover trouble spots in her course.