Learning Catalytics is an in-class instantaneous feedback system, developed by professors at Harvard University, which enables teachers to view students’ responses and performance analyses in real time. Teachers can assign in-class exercises to help students understand concepts and consolidate their knowledge. With the useful instantaneous feedback, teachers can better understand students’ performance and progress. Follow-up online assessments can also be assigned after class to cater for learner diversity.
Learning Catalytics provides various response modes and question types. The system is compatible with tablets, smartphones, and PCs and supported by various platforms such as Windows, MacOS, iOS, and Android.