Equally engaging both face to face and online students during live lectures with interactive polling

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Tertiary institutions have been rethinking the way courses are presented to students, and in many cases, this has driven to a multimodal delivery mode. As such, subjects which were previously taught entirely face-to-face, have been migrated to blended delivery formats, where students attend live sessions in both face-to-face, and online cohorts. This has placed various challenges on tertiary educators who have needed to rapidly seek learning activities that can remain effective, regardless of which mode of delivery the students attend. Although many face-to-face teaching interventions are not suitable for conversion to online delivery, one such method, interactive quizzing, has the potential to facilitate a positive learning experience, in real time, regardless of the students location. This study aimed to compare learner perceptions of the interactive polling platform Kahoot! when used in either a face-to-face or online setting during physiology teaching sessions.
Original languageEnglish
Pages51
Publication statusPublished - 23 Nov 2021
EventThe Australian Physiological Society 60th Diamond Jubilee Conference - Griffith University, Gold Coast, Australia
Duration: 21 Nov 202124 Nov 2021
http://aups.org.au/Meetings/202011/

Conference

ConferenceThe Australian Physiological Society 60th Diamond Jubilee Conference
Abbreviated titleAuPS
Country/TerritoryAustralia
CityGold Coast
Period21/11/2124/11/21
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