Faculty around the world describe how Tidebreak’s software is producing dramatic improvements in learning outcomes.

“Getting students to see the thinking process of others.”
ClassSpot|Interactive learning in Engineering

Prof. Michael Falk, Ph.D., and Prof. Narutoshi Nakata, Ph.D., found that Tidebreak’s ClassSpot software helped them encourage students to learn from each others’ work as part of the discussions in their engineering courses. Hear their impressions, as well as the response of two students who participated in the courses.

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Play Helping students learn from each others’ work…
“Collaboration as I’ve never seen it before!”
ClassSpot PBL|Team-based learning in Law

Yvonne Ekern, J.D., has been teaching Legal Analysis, Research and Writing courses for 20 years. In 2011, she began teaching in one of Santa Clara University’s classrooms equipped with ClassSpot PBL. Hear her describe the dramatic results she saw as compared to the traditional way she encouraged group work in previous years.

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Collaboration trumps competition…
More work and better quality work in the same time…
Students motivated to work together even once class is over…
Students learn to appreciate how different people think…
Students understand concepts earlier and don’t fall behind…
Students are better prepared to enter their profession…