01. In-Class Polling: Less Teaching, More Learning? [Brian Levey, Notre Dame]

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Hoping to improve the classroom experience, Professor Levey used an online audience-response system that allows students to answer questions via text message or over the web. He coupled the technology with good questioning techniques and other effective teaching strategies. Both students and professor thought the system helpedĀ  enhance learning and make class more engaging.

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2 Responses to 01. In-Class Polling: Less Teaching, More Learning? [Brian Levey, Notre Dame]

  1. Pamela Glenn says:

    if I were a student in your class I would enjoy coming to class. Looking forward to the discussion of the day. The option for anonymity is really nice we needed In-Class when i was an indergad studying secondary education. in many of my classes the discussion would become heated due to comment made to discussions prompts from the professor.

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