Students must go through preparatory material before the class. Prework can be easily uploaded and shared with the learners.
Upload presentation slides, readings, videos and other interactive material
Individual Readiness Assurance Test
In class, students complete an individual quiz called the IRAT, which consists of 5–20 MCQs based on the prework. Students can take IRAT on any devices: laptop, tablet or smartphone.
Receive real-time item analysis data on each question
Implement confidence-based testing
Implement IRAT in synchronous or asynchronous setting
Assess student understanding with confidence-based testing, or point-spreading. Students have the option to choose more than one answer choice and allocate different weightage to each choice(s), depending on their confidence level.
Determine whether students are guessing or are confident in their answers
Team Readiness Assurance Test
Teams work on the same questions as in IRAT but submit answer through consensus-decision making and get immediate feedback after each submission. Teams continue to answer questions till they arrive at the correct answer choice.
Automatically grade teams based on the number of attempts to get correct answer
View real-time data on your teacher dashboard, including the order of attempts on each question
Replace scratch-off cards with digital immediate feedback feature
Teams can review their performance and easily identify IRAT and TRAT questions for clarification and raise their concerns.
Teams digitally request clarification during and after the TRAT
Quickly see which teams require clarification on which questions
Track key concepts that teams are struggling with
Teams apply theoretical knowledge to real-world application questions. Teams can discuss, debate and submit responses digitally.
Create free response or multiple choice application cases
View all team responses privately in real-time
Track application timings and team responses in real-time
A facilitation technique where teams review other teams’ responses and vote for the best response, other than their own.
Select responses that make a representative sample to open for voting
Teams review responses of other teams, vote for best responses and add comments
Display voting results
Team-members grade each other based on their contribution to the team.
Easy collection and administration of peer evaluation results
Conduct peer evaluation both qualitatively and quantitatively
Release anonymous results to students
End of TBL Process
Single source that allows faculty to view student and team performance data holistically for all Team-Based learning activities.
Auto-grade all Team-Based activities upon submission, and immediately notify students of their performance
Identify and zoom in on student trouble spots or subject matter
Readily access and analyse students’ and teams’ grade reports
Easily export grades to Excel
Integrates easily with existing learning management systems such as Blackboard, Canvas, Desire2Learn (Brightspace), Moodle, Sakai, Elentra and Leo using Learning Tools Interoperability (LTI) integration
Students sign-on to InteDashboard account from within their existing LMS accounts