Gateways to Art
Understanding the Visual Arts
Norton’s new formative adaptive quizzing personalizes quiz questions for each student to improve understanding of important learning objectives. Better yet, each and every one of these questions was written by the Gateways’ authors themselves!
Engaging, gamelike elements built into InQuizitive fuel curiosity and motivate students as they learn.
A variety of question types, images, video, and other multimedia help keep students engaged and test them in different ways as they work toward their goal.
Questions come with rich, answer-specific feedback so students learn from their mistakes.
Links to our Interactive Ebook make it easy for students to reference their textbook as they work.
It’s easy to use: InQuizitive works on mobile devices, and pre-made assignments are ready to go out-of-the-box, making it easy for instructors to assign.
InQuizitive is available stand-alone or linked through the Coursepack. Together they are a 1-2 learning punch:
InQuizitive is a formative adaptive quizzing tool that personalizes quiz questions to build knowledge. The goal of formative assessment is not necessarily to grade students, but to help students improve and identify their strengths and weaknesses. In InQuizitive, students can always score 100% if they keep on working. While Norton Coursepack assignments continue to build student knowledge, these assignments can also be used as summative assessment, which evaluates students’ knowledge. Instructors in Norton Coursepacks can edit assignments at the question level and set up custom grading policies to rigorously assess student understanding.
Instructors can choose to use both InQuizitive and Coursepack assignments in the course. For instance, a chapter’s InQuizitive activity could be assigned before students come to class, to ensure students have read and understood the material. Then after class, a Primary Source Activity could be assigned via the coursepack to further build student skills.
StudySpace presents students with a wide array of review and assessment opportunities, including:
• Review materials such as quizzes, chapter summaries, image flashcards, and an audio pronunciation guide for technical and foreign-language terms and names.
• 50 interactive exercises that bring various difficult visual concepts from Section One to life.
• Fifteen videos, produced especially for Gateways at Bowling Green State University, that demonstrate all the media and processes discussed in Part 2.