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Backchanneling (bæktʃænəlɪŋ) n. :
A secondary conversation that takes place during a classroom discussion or lesson which engages a broad cross-section of students, adds depth to content, and aids in formative assessment.
Brief introduction at the faculty meeting on September 18, 2013
You're Invited: Lunch & Learn
On September 25, bring your lunch and your laptop and join us either C1, C2, or C3 in the Creative Commons Lab (STHS Library). Learn about a variety of backchanneling and classroom polling tools that can help create a more interactive classroom experience and more fruitful classroom discussion.
What Will I Learn?