InQuizitive Faculty Consultants

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Jennifer Royal

Jennifer Royal is English Professor at Santa Rosa Junior College, where she teaches a number of writing courses.  An early adopter of technology in the classroom, Jennifer uses InQuizitive in her developmental and freshman composition courses and ties InQuizitive activities to the types of writing she assigns her students.

History and Political Science

Danny Fuerstman

Danny Fuerstman is Associate Professor of History and Political Science at State College of Florida, where teaches both face-to-face and online sections of American History and American Government.  In his courses, Danny integrates InQuizitive with SCF's learning management system, enabling grade passback and single sign-on between InQuizitive and Canvas. Initially hesitant to adopt publisher-provided technology, Danny has become a believer in InQuizitive's active-learning approach and use of game-like elements to engage students.


M. Bess Vincent

M. Bess Vincent is Associate Professor and Sociology and Criminal Justice Coordinator at Montgomery College--Takoma Park Campus. Bess has used education technology from a variety of publishers, but InQuizitive is her favorite platform for students.  What separates InQuizitive for Bess?  The large variety of interactive question types, stable and effective LMS integration, and easy student onboarding.

Tips From The Consultants

Getting Started Best Practices

Three adopters of InQuizitive detail how they successfully use InQuizitive in their classrooms: when to assign InQuizitive activities, how to incorporate InQuizitive into your grading, and more.

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FAQ With An Instructor

Danny Fuerstman, Professor of History and Political Science at State College of Florida and InQuizitive user, answers commonly asked questions from a professor's point of view.

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