Reacting to their votes: Instructor agility

You don’t know how your students will vote on a clicker question, but you can anticipate and prepare yourself for the likely outcomes. It’s really important to use a clicker system which lets you have a sneak-preview of student responses…

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i>clicker Visiting Partners in the Middle East in February, Innovative Products Now Available in the Region

i>clicker has acquired the appropriate certifications to sell product for use in the region and configured its innovative software, i>clicker + remote and base receiver products to function within the 2.4GHz radio spectrum. i>clicker’s polling solution is known for its…

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New meta-analysis: Active learning improve student performance

While we have more and more data that active learning techniques improve student learning, this field has been sorely needing a systematic review of the evidence on active learning. Recently, a crackerjack team of education researchers stepped up to the…

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Colleges Reinvent Classes to Keep More Students in Science

Courtesy of The New York Times: Catherine Uvarov, a chemistry instructor at the University of California, Davis, has adopted an experimental approach to teaching an introductory course…

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Is Handwriting Obsolete?

With the advent of the keyboard, handwriting has become an issue of great debate between scholars, educators, and concerned parents. Many believe that writing has become an obsolete skill that has become unnecessary – especially when the written word can…

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