Clickers in the Science Classroom
by Science Education Initiative
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|1||VideoClickers in the Science Classroom: Upper-division clickers in action||What might clickers look like in a junior course? Take a look inside one of our classrooms, and hear students and instructors discuss how and why they think clickers can be useful at this level.||4/11/2011||Free||View in iTunes|
|2||VideoExplain to Your Students Why You're Using Clickers||If students don't know why you're using clickers, they may not buy into it. This video shows how we help get our students on board with this learning tool.||4/11/2011||Free||View in iTunes|
|3||VideoWriting Upper Division Clicker Questions||Struggling to figure out how to write a good question at this level? This short video gives a few quick tips from physics instructors.||4/11/2011||Free||View in iTunes|
|4||VideoWhat Kinds of Questions Do We Ask in Upper Division?||Professor Steven Pollock walks through the questions that he asked in one day of Quantum Mechanics. He shares his strategies in choosing the questions and what he noticed about how students reacted to them.||4/11/2011||Free||View in iTunes|
|5||VideoThe Research: Do Clickers Help Students Learn?||Why, and how, do researchers suggest that clickers be used? In this video, Chandra Turpen shares the current research on how this tool promotes student engagement and understanding.||4/11/2011||Free||View in iTunes|
|6||VideoClickers: Students and Teachers Speak||Instructors and students describe the benefits of clicker use in class when used to actively engage the students and get them thinking about the material.||4/11/2011||Free||View in iTunes|
|7||VideoHow to Use Clickers Effectively||Want to know more about just how to use clickers to best help your students learn? This video shares the best practices in clicker use, including tips on writing questions and getting students to talk about them, the finer points of running a class discussion about a question, and how long to allow for this process.||4/11/2011||Free||View in iTunes|
|8||Clicker Resource Guide||An instructor's guide to the effective use of personal response systems ("clickers") in teaching.This guide was written to help instructors use clickers in their classes in the most comfortable and pedagogically effective manner. It includes a section on frequently asked questions about the use of clickers and clicker questions and several good examples of clicker questions.||4/14/2011||Free||View in iTunes|
|9||VideoWorkshop: Writing Great Clicker Questions||This is a 50 minute video of a two hour workshop on best-practices in writing effective clicker questions to generate student discussion and learning , for use by faculty learning about clickers or faculty development professionals looking for ideas on running their own workshop. The workshop was presented by Stephanie Chasteen in Spring 2012 for the Faculty Teaching Excellence Program. Workshop materials can be found at http://colorado.edu/sei||5/18/2012||Free||View in iTunes|
|10||VideoWorkshop: Make Clickers Work for You. Effective facilitation.||This is a 50 minute video of a two hour workshop on how to best facilitate clicker use in the college classroom to achieve maximum benefit, for use by faculty learning about clickers or faculty development professionals looking for ideas on running their own workshop. The workshop was presented by Stephanie Chasteen in Spring 2012 for the Faculty Teaching Excellence Program. Workshop materials can be found at http://colorado.edu/sei||5/18/2012||Free||View in iTunes|
|11||VideoAnatomy of a Clicker Question||Just what is a clicker? This video will give you a brief snapshot of what a clicker question looks like in the classroom, from start to finish.||5/18/2012||Free||View in iTunes|