Classroom Response Systems

One of the committees I am currently serving on is evaluating Classroom response systems, AKA “clickers”. There has been a lot of activity in this space here at UBC, particularly in Physics.

My colleague Jim Sibley has been posting about these tools quite a bit lately in advance of our deliberations.

I ran across a very interesting site from Vanderbilt today which may be useful in the phase after our selection of a system. The site collates research articles from a variety of disciplines:

“Research on the Effectiveness of Classroom Response Systems”

Looks like a good site to explore!

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