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“How Do I Find Resources for Effective Clicker Questions?"-Part of the CESE Summer Faculty Institute

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Find out how ECoS faculty approach the development of clicker questions and the resources they use in the process. Presented by Dr. Eric Hudson, Associate Professor in the Department of Physics

Event Date:

23 May 2013 from 9:00 AM to 11:30 AM

Where:

Learn Lab, Krause Innovation Studio

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Many faculty are excited to engage in new teaching practices, however this enthusiasm can wane when faculty are faced with retooling their entire teaching methodology.  This workshop will focus on strategies and resources for developing effective clicker questions. We will also discuss their use in the classroom by ECoS practitioners, with changes to course format ranging from minimal to complete. Participants are asked to bring a few multiple-choice questions as a basis for developing their own clicker questions during the session.

 

Click here to view the presentation shown at this workshop

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