Achieve's Learning Curve in First-Year Composition: Tech Ed Presentation

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Let's explore the benefits of a powerful tool found in Achieve, Learning Curve, as discussed by Dr. Margaret Holloway, an assistant professor of English and composition coordinator at Clark Atlanta University. With class sizes averaging 25 to 38 students, including ESL and first-generation learners, effective grammar instruction is a must. Learning Curve's interactive assignments focusing on grammar and writing, such as comparatives, superlatives, verbs, prepositions, and subject-verb agreement, come to the rescue. These assignments not only engage students but also help instructors identify areas for improvement. The results? Improved writing skills, better MLA format and evidence handling, and tech-savvy students. Achieve’s Learning Curve is a game-changer for both students and faculty, making learning fun and effective. Watch Margaret’s full presentation on Learning Curve by clicking the video below!