New technology could help educators monitor student engagement in real time, allowing them to adjust their teaching accordingly
A Florida-based start-up firm called Nervanix is working on an idea that, if successful, could help educators find the “sweet spot” to effective teaching: maintaining active student engagement.
What if you could tell whether students really were engaged in a lesson or activity, rather than just pretending to be interested or going through the motions?
Furthermore, what if you had a tool that could measure a student’s brain-wave activity in order to develop a profile for the type of content that most engages that student? And what if this tool then could suggest specific content to match the student’s engagement profile?…Read More