Ok, you’ve got the dratted things on your campus – either installed in your classroom or available to schlep to your classroom. May be you’ve even gotten comfortable with the mechanics of posting questions and getting student responses to display in nice charts. Now what??
Well, here is a compendium of resources to help both novice and experienced clicker instructors take the next step in classroom assessment techniques, using formative assessment and active learning to improve your teaching and increase student engagement. If you don’t have time to read an article, take a quick look at videos of how personal response systems are used in classrooms!
- Class ‘Clickers’ Could Be Coming to Your School Soon (jsyk.com)
- Clickers and CATS: Using Learner Response Systems for Formative Assessments in the Classroom (Educause Quarterly)