Using Clickers to Teach Biology-Based Material in a Developmental Psychology Class
This talk will describe a study designed to assess if clicker technology during a lesson can improve learning relative to traditional lecture alone. A control group was exposed to the stages of prenatal development via traditional lecture, and an experimental group was exposed to the material via an exercise that used clickers. A pretest showed no difference before the intervention. A posttest showed that the clicker group had significant gains indicating clickers may facilitate learning of science-based material.
Varelas, Antonio, "Using Clickers to Teach Biology-Based Material in a Developmental Psychology Class" (2014). CUNY Academic Works.
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