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Teaching with Clickers for Deep Learning (UMBC)

Classroom response systems (“clickers”) are technologies that enable teachers to rapidly collect and analyze student responses to multiple-choice questions during class. Although clickers can be used to ask students the kinds of multiple-choice questions

Derek Bruff

on 3 August 2011

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Teaching with Clickers for Deep Learning Derek Bruff derekbruff.com
@derekbruff Misconception Questions "Mentos + Diet Coke," the Cobras, Flickr Times for Telling Schwartz & Bransford (1998) Student Perspective Questions "Colourful army," maistora, Flickr "Zoe's color histogram," Tony Crider, Flickr Critical Thinking Questions "Something's Gotta Give," Cyron, Flickr Absolutist "m i n i mnms," inajeep, Flickr Relativist "Bronze Age Balance," diffendale, Flickr Evaluative Kuhn (1992) Kuhn (1992) Kuhn (1992) Peer Assessment Questions "Score Cards," Poundcommapound, Flickr A. B. C. D. "skates," marythom, Flickr (CC) How experienced are you in teaching with clickers?

A. I've not used clickers at all.
B. I'm just getting started with clickers.
C. I'm comfortable with the basics.
D. I'm a power user. Which of the following is the most significant challenge to engaging your students in deep learning during class?

A. Its large size makes it easy for students not to engage.
B. Students are hesitant to speak up in front of their peers.
C. Students focus on taking notes, not engaging.
D. Students focus too much on their grades, not enough on learning.
E. Students don't prepare adequately for class. 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. Considering that a tiny acorn can grow into a mighty oak tree, which of the following contributes the majority of the mass of the tree?

A. Soil
B. Air
C. Water
D. Sunlight "Oak Tree," MunstiSue, Flickr (CC) "Questions," Oberazzi, Flickr (CC) Good Questions, Deep Learning Traxoline is a new form of zionter. It is montillated in Ceristanna. The Ceristannians gristerlate large amounts of fevon and then bracter it to quasel traxoline. Traxoline may well be one of our most lukized snezlaus in the future because of our zionter lescelidge. Based on this information, how is traxoline quaselled?

A. Via gristerlation
B. Via bracteration
C. Via lukization
D. Via montillation "Macbook X-Ray," Pipeapple, Flickr (CC) Making Learning Visible Agile Teaching "Nose Slide," B.A.D., Flickr (CC)
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