Student Response (Clicker) Systems: Preferences of Biomedical Physiology Students in Asian Classes

@inproceedings{Hwang2015StudentR,
  title={Student Response (Clicker) Systems: Preferences of Biomedical Physiology Students in Asian Classes},
  author={Isabel Shui-Shan Hwang and Kevin Wong and Shun Leung Lam and Paul Lam},
  year={2015}
}
Student response systems (commonly called ‘clickers’) are valuable tools for engaging students in classroom interactions. In this study, we investigated the use of two types of response systems (a traditional clicker and a mobile device) by students in human physiology courses. Our results showed high student satisfaction with the use of clickers in class. A survey also provided insights into how students perceived the benefits of response systems. We found that most students favoured the use… CONTINUE READING

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