An Evaluation of Student Response Systems from the Viewpoint of Instructors and Students

@inproceedings{Gok2011AnEO,
  title={An Evaluation of Student Response Systems from the Viewpoint of Instructors and Students},
  author={Tolga Gok},
  year={2011}
}
Student response systems, often referred to as “clickers” are small hand-held devices which students may remotely respond to questions that are posed during lecture. In this research, the perspectives and lived experiences of both instructors and students who used clickers were examined. Also, the activities used by instructors were compared to Bloom’s taxonomy levels to provide a new component to our understanding of the impact of clickers. Instructors saw clickers as one tool in supporting… CONTINUE READING

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