Workshop: Engaging students with clickers “best practices”

by Stephanie Chasteen on April 10, 2012

Today I co-presented a workshop on clicker best-practices with i>clicker representative Dustin Jensen.

Classroom response systems (“clickers”) offer a powerful way to increase student engagement by going beyond simple quizzes. They provide an opportunity to gather real-time feedback on student understanding. If you are new to clickers or need fresh ideas for using clickers in the classroom, please join us as we explore best clicker practices and provide tips and suggestions for using clickers in your class and for writing great questions.

Here are the slides and handouts.

Handouts:  OIT-handouts.zip

Slides:

 

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avatar Jason Wade November 12, 2012 at 7:53 am

You may want to check out http://www.clicker.io if you are interested in a free alternative to expensive classroom/University clicker services. My budget was cut and this has been a fantastic solution for my classroom! 

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