Clickers in Large Classes: From Student Perceptions towards an Understanding of Best Practices.

@inproceedings{Patry2009ClickersIL,
  title={Clickers in Large Classes: From Student Perceptions towards an Understanding of Best Practices.},
  author={Marc W Patry},
  year={2009}
}
Handheld wireless transponders, commonly referred to as ‘clickers’, are similar to standard household remote controls. The present study advances a dialogue in the literature about the specific ways in which clickers may be effectively used in the classroom. The present study was a survey of 516 students who were using clickers in a university course in 2006 or 2007. Student perceptions related to the use of clickers were more favorable in 2007 than in 2006. In addition, responses were more… CONTINUE READING

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