Students may Benefit from Anonymous Back-Channel Communications – Inside Higher ED

Perry Samson, an atmospheric science professor at the University of Michigan, noticed that students in his large introductory lecture classes never seemed to have any questions. “I’d go, ‘Any questions?’ and nobody asked a question. I assumed I’d nailed the lecture and went on,” Samson said. But Samson suspected some students might be confused after all. He decided to do an experiment. Inside Digital Learning Enjoying this article from Inside Digital Learning? Sign up for the free weekly newsletter. Your Work Email Subscribe I have read and agree to the terms of Inside Higher Ed’s Privacy Policy.* See More Inside Digital Learning Content

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