Monthly Archives: June 2011

Using clickers as a survey tool

Context: 4th year Food Technology course Rationale: Maricel¬†Krugel, the lecturer on this course, introduced new methods of teaching and technologies¬†into this course, such as research-based learning in groups and twitter. She used clickers to gather mid-course feedback from students on … Continue reading

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Using clickers to trace change of attitudes amongst Engineering students

Context: 60 ECP Engineering students in a Conversation class. Rationale: In her conversation class Marie-Ann Ogle covers a range of controversial topics with the intent of improving students confidence to speak in front of others. Many of these topics deal … Continue reading

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