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Professor Brooks Depro: Using clickers as a reinforcement tool

Brooks Depro, assistant professor of economics, tried something new in his introductory-level economics courses last fall by incorporating clickers into his lectures. Professor Depro participated in TLT’s Clicker Pilot Program, serving as one of several clicker pioneers who tested out various uses for clickers. I met with him to find out more about his experience. Q: …

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Leveraging mobile devices as clickers

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Teaching and Learning Technologies (TLT) is piloting new clicker technologies this academic year. Last time, we talked about traditional hardware clickers we are piloting. This post talks about a new kind of clicker that uses the internet and mobile devices. Continue Reading

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Clickers: New technologies, new opportunities

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Teaching and Learning Technologies (TLT) is piloting clicker systems, or classroom response systems, during the 2012-2013 academic year. Clickers? Aren’t clickers old news? While clickers have been around for years at Elon, there have been recent advances in the technology that require a new look. Continue Reading

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