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Are "clickers" or "personal response systems" just the latest fad in education? Or is there solid research behind their use? In this episode we share some recent studies that really highlight how clickers can be used most effectively, and how they can save the world!

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Thanks to Eric Mazur of Harvard University, Jenny Knight of University of Colorado at Boulder, and Ed Prather of the University of Arizona.for their participation in this podcast.

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Chasteen, Stephanie. The Art (and Science) of In-Class Questioning via Clickers (Learning About Teaching Physics podcast). Computer software. 2011. audio podcast. 24 Nov. 2014 <http://www.compadre.org/Repository/document/ServeFile.cfm?ID=11316&DocID=2327>.
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The Art (and Science) of In-Class Questioning via Clickers (Learning About Teaching Physics podcast):

References Why Peer Discussion Improves Student Performance on In-Class Concept Questions Michelle Smith, Will

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References Combining Peer Discussion with Instructor Explanation Increases Student Learning from In-Class Conce

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References Listening to student conversations during clicker questions: What you have not heard might surprise

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Is Supplemented By CWSEI: Clicker Resources

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Is Supplemented By Peer Instruction: Engaging Students One-on-One, All at Once

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