Drawing to Learn: Sketching and Peer Instruction

Many aspects of learning require the ability to visualize – the structure of the cell, the interconnected relationships of historical figures, the forces on a figure skater, the shape of a population distribution graph. But students rarely have the opportunity…

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Everything you ever wanted to know about peer instruction: Part 2 (How to use it).

This is a continuation of last month’s post, summarizing the results of a recent literature review of Peer Instruction, Research-Based Implementation of Peer Instruction: A literature Review. In this month’s post, I’ll review the results on how to use peer…

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Introducing REEF Polling by i>clicker FEATURED CLIENT

REEF Polling FEATURED CLIENT Dr. Leslie Hendrix University of South Carolina – Columbia  Recently we spoke with Dr. Leslie Hendrix, instructor for the department of statistics, from the University of South Carolina – Columbia about her use of REEF Polling…

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i>clicker Announces THE New Mobile-Optimized Engagement System – REEF Polling

The long-time leader in the student response system market has built a mobile-optimized system to provide a superior experience through smartphones, tablets and laptops. Available this summer and for the fall semester.

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Everything you ever wanted to know about peer instruction: Part 1 (How PI Helps Students Learn)

Confused about what the literature recommends for best use of clickers? Want to have all the information summarized and synthesized for you in a nice, trustworthy reference? Well, I’ve certainly been hungry for such a reference, and now we have…

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