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written by Carl E. Wieman
published by the Science Education Initiative and the Carl Wieman Science Education Initiative
This resource is a comprehensive guide to the effective use of hand-held personal response devices known as "clickers," which allow students in large lecture classes to respond interactively to a problem.  The resource offers tips on how to implement clickers appropriately, how to select questions or problems, and how to use responses to aid students in concept formation.  This educational guide was developed by the staff of the Science Education Initiative at the University of Colorado and the University of British Columbia.
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- Cognition
= Cognition Development
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- Active Learning
= Cooperative Learning
- Technology
= Audience Response
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© 2007 The Science Education Initiative at the University of Colorado and the University of British Columbia
Keywords:
best practice, clicker system, clickers, cooperative learning, personal response system, teacher's guide
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Metadata instance created May 15, 2008 by Caroline Hall
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May 20, 2012 by Lyle Barbato
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January 31, 2007
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AIP Format
C. Wieman, (Science Education Initiative at the University of Colorado, Boulder, 2007), WWW Document, (http://www.colorado.edu/sei/documents/clickeruse_guide0108.pdf).
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C. Wieman, An Instructor's Guide to the Effective Use of Personal Response Systems (Clickers) in Teaching, (Science Education Initiative at the University of Colorado, Boulder, 2007), <http://www.colorado.edu/sei/documents/clickeruse_guide0108.pdf>.
APA Format
Wieman, C. (2007, January 31). An Instructor's Guide to the Effective Use of Personal Response Systems (Clickers) in Teaching. Retrieved September 20, 2014, from Science Education Initiative at the University of Colorado: http://www.colorado.edu/sei/documents/clickeruse_guide0108.pdf
Chicago Format
Wieman, Carl. An Instructor's Guide to the Effective Use of Personal Response Systems (Clickers) in Teaching. Boulder: Science Education Initiative at the University of Colorado, January 31, 2007. http://www.colorado.edu/sei/documents/clickeruse_guide0108.pdf (accessed 20 September 2014).
MLA Format
Wieman, Carl. An Instructor's Guide to the Effective Use of Personal Response Systems (Clickers) in Teaching. Boulder: Science Education Initiative at the University of Colorado, 2007. 31 Jan. 2007. 20 Sep. 2014 <http://www.colorado.edu/sei/documents/clickeruse_guide0108.pdf>.
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