Peer instruction with ABCD voting cards

Center for Teaching Development 2013-03-16

Summary:

Students learn better and retain knowledge longer when they are engaged and actively processing the concepts in class. Peer instruction is an excellent option for creating a student-centered learning environment. In a typical episode of peer instruction, the instructor poses a conceptually-challenging, multiple-choice question, students think about the question on …

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Link:

http://ctd.ucsd.edu/2012/11/peer-instruction-with-abcd-voting-cards/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=peer-instruction-with-abcd-voting-cards

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Eric Bakovic's Hub » Center for Teaching Development

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Authors:

Peter Newbury

Date tagged:

03/16/2013, 10:51

Date published:

11/30/2012, 19:49