From the blog post:
Clickers are great ways to involve your class in what they’re learning. I want to write about one type of clicker question that is particularly adept at enabling whole-class inquiry: Clicker questions that engage students in an experiment or demonstration. There are a few ways to do this, some which I find extraordinarily clever.
I describe using clickers in a few ways, with some salient examples:
- Using clickers to predict the outcome of an experiment
- Using clickers as an interactive lecture demonstration
- Clicker questions based off simulations / clicker questions where students generate graphs or other predictions
- Use clickers for real-time experiments on the students
- Use clickers to gather real-time data that students perform
Check out the post for more.