How Interactive Learning Using Mobile Devices Enhanced Students' Comprehension 23%

Tuesday, February 05 | 11:00AM–1:00PM | Plaza Exhibit
Session Type: Professional Development
A University of Waterloo professor used Top Hat Monocle to teach a chapter on "assembly language programming." In his previous year teaching the course, students did not gain thorough knowledge of the materials in this chapter, as evinced by low final exam marks on the section of the test corresponding to this material. By having students complete a combination of in-class quizzes, review questions at home, and interactive simulations on their mobile devices, he observed a 23% increase in comprehension of concepts in the "assembly language programming" section of the final exam as compared to the previous years when Top Hat Monocle was not used.


  • Brett Truka

    Director of Sales, concept3D Inc.