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Why I like clickers

— Mark Mitchell You’re practicing bad teaching if you’re not doing this. That’s what the data says. It’s high time everybody changed. – Carl Wieman, Nobel Prize winner, science adviser to President Obama I’ll never teach a course again without … Continue reading

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View from the back: Janina Jolley

― Jeanne M. Slattery Recently, my colleague, Mark Mitchell  asked me to review a project that he and Janina Jolley (both in Psychology) had been working on to help their students use flashcards more effectively. Truth be told, I have … Continue reading

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Engaging students using clickers

— Darla Ausel Looking for ways to engage your students, especially in large lecture classes? Consider using a student response system (“clickers”). The use of clickers in the classroom promotes active student engagement, encourages individual student participation, fosters discussion and collaboration … Continue reading

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