Campus Units

Geological and Atmospheric Sciences

Document Type

Article

Publication Version

Published Version

Publication Date

3-2019

Journal or Book Title

Journal of Academic Development and Education

Issue

11

DOI

10.21252/41wc-kt98

Abstract

Cooperative learning and peer instruction are well documented pedagogies that engage students in their learning process. The means to implement cooperative learning in the classroom have evolved from raised hands, colored flashcards, student response systems or “clickers”, to web-based audience response systems that work on any electronic device. This paper briefly reviews available audience response systems and presents a case study on Learning Catalytics, a system designed to enable peer instruction and implement just-in-time teaching pedagogy.

Comments

This article is published as Cervato, Cinzia (2019) Web-based student response systems and peer instruction: a review and case study. Journal of Academic Development and Education (11). doi: 10.21252/41wc-kt98.

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Language

en

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