EPIPHANY LEARNING
PLATFORM

Instructors are finding that some of their teaching methods aren't easily applied to the virtual realm, especially as it relates to students who need more help in gateway courses such as general and organic chemistry. Lively, interactive lessons are tough to replicate in an online environment.

How can we engage students and help to foster collaboration in an online environment? Our goal this summer is to build a platform for adding that “human connection” to active learning lessons through a new web-based platform. Our Epiphany Learning platform will provide that real-time connection between instructors and students and within student-led groups.
an illustration of a teacher using zoom to talk to students while using the Student Online Collaboration system to grad their work in real time. Each student has a check mark or x under their head to display a right or wrong answer. the illustration is simplistic, utilizing purple for the outlines to add weight to the illustration and yellow, green and blue to add an energetic and happy atmosphere.

How can we engage students and help to foster collaboration in an online environment? Our goal this summer is to build a platform for adding that “human connection” to active learning lessons through a new web-based platform. Our Synchronous Online Collaboration System (affectionately called SOCS) will provide that real-time connection between instructors and students and within student-led groups.

Epiphany Platform is compatible with online video conferencing platforms

Epiphany Provides:
·       Formative Feedback
·       Automatic assessment of structures and diagrams.
·       Real time student to student collaboration
·       Great for peer tutoring + TA sections

Illustration of 3 students and one teacher helping each other to build a structure. From the left the teacher has a chat bubble about his head, the student next to him his adding a chlorine atom to the structure and the right two students are working together to add a lone pair and one chlorine atom.

EPIPHANY LEARNING PLATFORM DEVELOPMENT CONCEPT

Instructors, sign up for Mechanisms codes to get information about the release of the Epiphany Learning Platform

Based on a recent survey that we conducted we have found what teachers think is most important in an online learning system when teaching remotely. This research guides us as we continue to develop our learning system, and we wanted to share it with you.

Thank you to all the faculty who participated in this study.

How can we engage students and help to foster collaboration in an online environment? Our goal this summer is to build a platform for adding that “human connection” to active learning lessons through a new web-based platform. Our Synchronous Online Collaboration System (affectionately called SOCS) will provide that real-time connection between instructors and students and within student-led groups.

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