Learning Catalytics, an active learning system developed at Harvard, has led to big improvements for students at the University of North Carolina


Some students at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill have been improving their test scores by more than 3 percentage points on average in the past year, and it's largely the result of a Harvard-created software that emphasizes active learning.

The software, which is called Learning Catalytics, was implemented by Professor Kelly Hogan, the Director of Instructional Innovation for the College of Arts and Sciences and the Senior Lecturer...

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