Feedback is essential to the learning process. However, many educators face challenges in providing timely feedback in a scaled environment. In this study, we argue that a two-pronged strategy to meet these challenges lies in:

  1. Re-designing the classical lecture format to allow time for feedback.
  2. Using technology, such as M-Learning (Mobile Learning), to implement the process.

In this talk, I share the results of my experiments conducted in MATH1011 and MATH1131 through the above approach. The findings can be easily integrated into even the largest classroom in schools, polytechnics, colleges and universities around the world.

Kat is an Honours student working with Chris Tisdell. This talk is her final presentation for her Honours research project.


Sen Katherine Tay

Research Area

UNSW School of Mathematics and Statistics


Mon, 17/10/2016 - 1:00pm


RC-4082, The Red Centre, UNSW