Examining the Effectiveness of Clickers on Promoting Learning by Tracking the Evolution of Student Responses Documents
Examining the Effectiveness of Clickers on Promoting Learning by Tracking the Evolution of Student Responses
Erica Watkins and
Researchers have shown that the use of personal response systems (clickers) stimulate student-student and student-lecturer interaction. Use of clickers and peer instruction techniques have been found to foster a more dynamic and active learning environment. In addition, students value the use of clickers and feel that these devices contribute to their understanding.
Published October 20, 2008
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