Share Paper: From learning to teaching analytics: using the data collected in class to increase visible participation

  1. Emmanuel Zilberberg, ESCP Europe / CREF (Paris XII), France
  2. Cristina Davino, University of Naples Federico II, Department of Economics and Statistics –, Italy
Tuesday, June 26 11:15-11:45 AM Vondelpark

Abstract: Synchronous Interactions Systems Mediated by Individual Computers (SISMIC, aka Audience response systems) collect numerous textual responses in classes, making participation visible and perhaps also encouraging it. They promote formative evaluation by providing on-the-fly analytics that are primarily teaching analytics rather than learning analytics. Teachers can use them for immediate remediation during and after the class to improve instructional design for subsequent cohorts. The collection of as many teaching analytics as possible is therefore very beneficial. Although empirical evidence is lacking, the literature asserts that anonymity is appreciated by students and encourages visible participation. The aim of this paper is to ...