Pedagogy, Best Practices, and Research behind Student Response Systems
Mandy Gunnell, M.Ed.
Would you like to change the dynamic of your classroom? Are you tired of students not showing up or just not paying attention? Research has proven that using clickers (student response systems) in the classroom can increase attendance, performance, and participation.
Whether you’re considering using i>clicker in your classroom or you already use it on a daily basis, this interactive clicker session is for you. We’ll talk about the research behind clickers, as well as best practices and pedagogy. See how i>clicker can be used to cover a variety of active learning styles, including Peer Instruction and Team-Based Learning (TBL). Learn about solutions for attendance, in-class questioning, and tests and quizzes. Hear what students and professors are saying about i>clicker, the University of South Alabama’s supported student response system.
Find out how your students can save money with BYOD (bring your own device), as well as a new bundle that will be offered in the Fall. Also, see a sneak preview of Macmillan Publishing’s latest educational platform, REEF.