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Top Hat Lecture

Engage your students, save time, and have more fun teaching with Top Hat

Engage your students, save time, and have more fun teaching with Top Hat

Top Hat Lecture

by Top Hat Monocle
Top Hat Lecture
Top Hat Lecture
Top Hat Lecture

What is it about?

Engage your students, save time, and have more fun teaching with Top Hat.

Top Hat Lecture

App Details

Version
5.23.0
Rating
(675)
Size
71Mb
Genre
Education Productivity
Last updated
August 11, 2017
Release date
July 23, 2013
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App Store Description

Engage your students, save time, and have more fun teaching with Top Hat.

Join thousands of professors using Top Hat to easily create an interactive lecture experience and increase student engagement in a higher education setting. With student polling and instant response, Top Hat is ideal for professors seeking a more exciting way to teach and an easier way to increase student participation! Deliver an unprecedented education experience with the ability to run your lecture at your fingertips; control your screen and the projector all from your iPad, while students follow along on their own devices.

It’s easy to get started - you’re one easy tap away from experiencing the classroom you imagined when you started your career in education as a professor.

Free for professors!

Features:

* Deliver your lecture from the palm of your hand - Liberate yourself from the podium and deliver your lecture from anywhere in the room with our iPad app.

* Automate attendance, grading, and participation - Make your life easier and never spend hours grading quizzes again!

* Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) - Students engage with you in class from their cell phones, smart phones, tablets, or laptops! If they’re engaging with you it means they’re not on Facebook.

* Question types to meet any teaching style - Launch open ended, multiple choice, click-on-image, and discussion questions to get all students (even the shy ones) talking.

* Discussions & polling - Gain instant feedback on whether you need to cover that last concept once more before moving on.

* Assign homework and review - Preserve precious class-time by creating questions, quizzes, or assignments that students can access outside of the lecture.