• Turn the light on with MindTap Contest

  • Enter our MindTap Contest

    It’s quick and easy ...

    Give us a maximum 150-word description explaining how you engage your students with MindTap.

    Best teaching practices, special assignments, things that get students excited and ready to turn the lights on … the only rule is that you must incorporate how you use MindTap to deliver or maximize your engaging experience.

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    The mini-abstracts are due by March 31, 2015, and winners will be notified April 6, 2015.



    Need an example? Here’s one:

    An instructor in Political Science noticed that many of his students scored poorly on the first exam, but by the time he realized this, several weeks had been lost. He wanted to intervene and put everyone on track earlier, so used MindTap to assign regular quizzes he could customize and started checking the MindTap gradebook as part of his class prep. Through this process, he could see what terms and concepts the students were comfortable with and where they still struggled, which allowed him to shape his instructional plan for each class to meet the needs of each individual class, and scores as well as student engagement improved markedly.