Benefits of Electronic Audience Response Systems on Student Participation, Learning, and Emotion

@article{Stowell2007BenefitsOE,
  title={Benefits of Electronic Audience Response Systems on Student Participation, Learning, and Emotion},
  author={J. Stowell and J. M. Nelson},
  journal={Teaching of Psychology},
  year={2007},
  volume={34},
  pages={253 - 258}
}
  • J. Stowell, J. M. Nelson
  • Published 2007
  • Psychology
  • Teaching of Psychology
  • We compared an electronic audience response system (clickers) to standard lecture, hand-raising, and response card methods of student feedback in simulated introductory psychology classes. After hearing the same 30-min psychology lecture, participants in the clicker group had the highest classroom participation, followed by the response card group, both of which were significantly higher than the hand-raising group. Participants in the clicker group also reported greater positive emotion during… CONTINUE READING

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      Nelson is now at the Department of Psychology
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