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Student response systems

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To Click or Not to Click By Lynne Butkiewicz Course: Diffusion and Integration of Educational Technology (EDUC - 7101 – 1) Walden University Dr. Keith Pratt

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I talked to teachers and administrators in different school systems about their main challenges within the classroom. The next slide goes into the frequent challenges that teachers face in the classroom

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Getting students’ attention!

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Keeping students on-task!

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Engaging All Students Including Shy Students

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Motivating Students

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Assessing Skill Mastery

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What are clickers? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I4A62QyAUHM

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Effective Uses of Classroom Response Systems “Creating an interactive learning environment with technology” Vann M. Lassiter

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Negative Problems with clickers. Lack of planning.

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RESEARCH Hines (2005, P.4) research revealed that. “after first-semester final exams, the science and math students scored an average of four to six percentage points higher on test score.”

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Commericalization Below is a list of videos encouraging the use of clickers. 1.http://www.utexas.edu/academic/cit/gallery/utprofiles/cps/silverthorn/ 2. http://www.engaging-technologies.com/clickers-in-action.html

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Commericalization 3. http://isites.harvard.edu/icb/icb.do?keyword=k1985&pageid=icb.page29705&pageContentId=icb.pagecontent67719&view=view.do&viewParam_name=clickers.html&state=maximize

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HELPFUL WEBSITES *Writing better multiple choice questions http://www.crlt.umich.edu/tstrategies/esgi.html

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S-CURVE

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Approach will be centralized with peer-to-peer review and problem centered approach. A change agent will be needed to persuade the opinion leaders (administration) would need to mandate use of clickers to the adopters.

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BEST PRACTICES http://research.renlearn.com/research/pdfs/255.pdf

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CONCLUSION ARE YOU INTERESTED IN CUTTING EDGE TECHNOLOGY, ACTIVE STUDENT PARTICIPATION AND EASY WAY TO ASSESS STUDENTS MASTERY OF A SUBJECT AND IF YOU ANSWER YES TO ANY OF MY QUESTIONS THAN YOU MUST ADOPT CLICKERS QUICKLY !

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References AverMedia. (2009). National Taiwan Normal University finds visualizers beneficial to classroom in research study. Retrieved from http://www.avermedia.com/AVerVision/About_us/News.aspx?de+1&id=4 AverMedia. (2009). Case study: Broadneck Elementary School, benefits of document cameras over other classroom technologies. Retrieved from http://www.avermedia.com/AVerVision/About_us/News.aspx?de+1&id=4

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References Beatty, I. (2004). Transforming student learning with classroom communication systems. Retrieved from: http://www.educause.edu/content.asp?page_id+666&ID+ERB0403&bhcp=1 Beekes, W. (2006). The “Millionaire” method for encouraging participation. Active Learning in Higher Education: the Journal of the Institute for Learning and Teaching, 7(1), 25-36.

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References (Continued) Burden, K., Atkinson, S. (2008) Evaluating pedagogical affordances of media sharing web 2.0 technologies: A case study. Retrieved from http://hull.academia.edu/documents/0008/6391/burden-2.pdf Fredericksen, E., & Amers, M. (2008). Can a $30 piece of plastic improve learning? An evaluation of personal response systems large classroom setting.

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References (Continued) Hines , L. (2005). Interactive learning environmnt keeps Modesto students engaged. T.H.E. Journal, 33(2), 40-41. Kaleta, R., & Joosten (2007, May). Student response systems: A university of Wisconsin system study of clickers. Educause Center for Applied Research, 10, 1-12. Retrieved from http://www.educause.edu/ECAR/StudentResponseSystemsAUnivers/157592

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References (Continued) O’Donoghue, M., & O’Steen, B. (2007). Clicking on or off? Lecturers’ rationale for using student response systems. Ascilite. Retrieved June 14, 2010, from http://www.ascilite.org.au/conferences/singapore07/procs/odonoghue.pdf Pelton,T., Pelton, F.L. (2005). Helping students learn with classroom response systems. In J. Lang (Ed), Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education International Conference (pp. 1554-1559)

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References (Continued) Penuel, W., Crawford, V, DeBarger, A., Boscardin, C., Masyn, K. & Urban,T. (2005). Teaching with student response system. Retrieved from: http://cti.sri.com/publications/downloads/teaching_with_Audience_Response_Systems_Brief_Report.pdf Zhu, E. (2006,2007). Teaching with clickers: What do students appreciate most about clickers?

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References (Continued) All images above retrieved from Google Images at http://www.google.com/imghp?hl=en&tab=wi

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