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Teaching with Clickers Demo @ De Lange IX

Presentation given at De Lange Conference IX at Rice University, October 13, 2014
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Derek Bruff

on 16 December 2014

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Transcript of Teaching with Clickers Demo @ De Lange IX

Teaching with Clickers
Peer Instruction
Instructor poses question.
Students answer independently.
Instructor views results.
If most answer correctly, briefly discuss question.
If most answer incorrectly, backtrack.
If students are split, have them discuss in pairs and revote.
Instructor leads classwide discussion.
Your sister calls to say she’s having twins. Which of the following is more likely? (Assume she’s not having identical twins.)

A. Twin boys
B. Twin girls
C. One boy and one girl
D. All are equally likely.
“IMG_9936e2,” Abby Bischoff, Flickr (CC)
Derek Bruff / derekbruff.org / @derekbruff
Vanderbilt University

First Exposure
Walvoord & Anderson (2009)
Practice & Feedback
"Super 8," Eric Hart, Flickr (CC)
"Little Shredder," clappstar, Flickr (CC)
"Megaphone," Gilberto Agostinho, Flickr (CC)
Transfer
Assimilate
During Class
After Class
Before Class
Traditional
Approach
Flipped Approach
In your coin flip simulation, which of the following did you get?

A. Twin boys
B. Twin girls
C. One boy and one girl
Twin #1
Twin #2
Boy
Girl
Girl
Girl
Boy
Boy
Twin girls
One of each
One of each
Twin boys
50%
50%
50%
50%
50%
50%
(25%)
(50%)
(25%)
(25%)
(25%)
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