Learning from Quizbots versus Flashcards – Trending In Education Episode 194

A recent study out of Stanford University shows that a new creation, Quizbot, proves to be more effective in students’ knowledge retention than old school flashcards. We dive into how the Quizbot works and why it appears to be a welcomed addition to a student’s studying tool box.

How can the Quizbot’s interactivity help students where analog study aides may fall flat? How might something like the Quizbot help augment study aides already in use? With chat and other text-based formats already popular across the web, how easily could this sort of instruction be introduce to students? And how does this relate to the blending of great human teaching with emerging innovation in technology and new media?

Listen in to find out more and enjoy!


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