Encouraging Initiative in the Classroom with Anonymous Feedback

@inproceedings{Bergstrom2011EncouragingII,
  title={Encouraging Initiative in the Classroom with Anonymous Feedback},
  author={Tony Bergstrom and Andrew Harris and Karrie Karahalios},
  booktitle={INTERACT},
  year={2011}
}
Inspiring and maintaining student participation in large classes can be a difficult task. Students benefit from an active experience as it helps them better understand the course material. However, it’s easy to stay silent. Opportunities to participate in conversation allow students to question and learn. The Fragmented Social Mirror (FSM) provides students with the ability to anonymously initiate classroom dialog with the lecturer. The system encourages participation by enabling expressive… CONTINUE READING
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