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Developing a Class Response System to Promote Active Learning During Online Courses at Seneca College
Learn how Dr. Ken Kwong-Kay Wong and Margaret Osborne, Professors at the School of Marketing at Seneca College in Markham, Ontario, Canada, developed a class response system called Presentria that helps to promote active learning and enhance engagement in online classes.

The tool pushes polls and questions to the student’s device to encourage group discussion with innovative questioning techniques, which get more students involved in class participation. In addition, there are advanced features such as team competitions, speed challenges, peer review, peer feedback and experiential learning.

Dec 1, 2020 02:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Dr. Ken Kwong-Kay Wong
Professor, School of Marketing @Seneca College of Applied Arts & Technology
Dr. Ken Kwong-Kay Wong is a marketing professor at Seneca. Ken is a leader in digital learning solutions. He co-founded Presentria to make inclusive teaching and learning a reality through the use of Artificial Intelligence, Location-based Services, and other advanced computing technologies. He recently received a Minister of Colleges and Universities Award of Excellence for his dedication to students and the broader post-secondary sector during the pandemic. Since 2003, he has taught marketing to over 6,000 SCS learners at the University of Toronto. Ken previously served as an Assistant Professor in Retail Management at Ryerson, where he received the 2014 and 2015 “A Prof Who Made a Mark” award. He also worked as a Marketing Professor and Subject Area Coordinator at U21Global from 2006 to 2012, where he received the Outstanding Professor, Most Innovative Professor, and Excellence in Online Education awards.
Margaret Osborne
Professor, School of Marketing @Seneca College of Applied Arts & Technology
Margaret Osborne is an experienced professor and accomplished academic administrator dedicated to creating engaging, transformational learning experiences. She taught Computer Studies, Sustainability, Marketing and Entrepreneurship in the Ontario College System for 20 years. Sought after as a guest speaker at colleges, universities, corporate executive training centres and conferences in India, China, South Korea, Uganda, South Africa, France, Denmark, and the USA, she draws on leadership experience at the University of the Cayman Islands after a Category 5 hurricane and as Chair of Marketing at Seneca College. Industry senior management experience includes pharmacy and grocery sectors; Management Consulting includes start-ups and NGOs. She has an MBA from the University of Toronto. Margaret was an elected Director at Canada’s Internet Registration Authority and is an Appointed Member at the College of Opticians in Ontario.