Monthly Archives: November 2010

Clickers publicised by The New York Times

The American media have been surprised at a Professor’s use of handheld technology (clickers) for engaging students, acquiring student feedback anonymously and sharing opinion within large lecture groups.  You can read the full article on the The New York Times website. Advertisements

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Clickers funding award call

Applications for proposals are invited for the integration of classroom response systems (clickers) in teaching and learning at DIT. Classroom response systems or clickers offer a tool for engaging students in the classroom. These systems have been used in a … Continue reading

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Clickers in the classroom Sept 2010

Training is provided frequently by the Learning Teaching and Technology Centre at DIT on clickers. View the latest training notes A list of workshops is provided on

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How I establish the use of the ePortfolio system hasn’t worked as well as it could!

So based on student feedback I need to change how the Mahara ePortfolio is introduced to the MSc Applied Elearning students. It has only dawned on me that my method of teaching this was putting emphasis on the technology before … Continue reading

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