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Journal of College Science Teaching Vol. 37, No. 2 (November 2007) pp. 60–62
For those of you unfamiliar with clicker personal response systems, a clicker is a handheld remote that students use to enter their responses to multiple choice questions. The question is displayed on the classroom overhead screen, usually within a...
Journal of College Science Teaching Vol. 44, No. 1 (September 2014) pp. 86–95
Three college faculty taught large general biology classes using case studies and personal response systems (clickers). Each instructor taught the same eight cases in two different sections, except the questions within the cases differed. In one...
Mary A. Lundeberg; Hosun Kang; Bjorn Wolter; Robert delMas; Norris Armstrong; Bruno Borsari; Nancy Boury; Peggy Brickman; Kristi Hannam; Cheryl Heinz; Thomas Horvath; Maureen Knabb; Terry Platt; Nancy Rice; Bill Rogers; Joan Sharp; Eric Ribbens; Kimberly S. Maier; Mike Deschryver; Rodney Hagley; Tamar Goulet; Clyde F. Herreid
Educational Technology Research and Development Vol. 59, No. 5 (October 2011) pp. 645–671
Although interactive technology is presumed to increase student understanding in large classes, no previous research studies have empirically explored the effects of Clicker Cases on students' performance. A Clicker Case is a story (e.g., a problem...