Presenter(s) Information

Dale Vidmar, Southern Oregon University

Presentation Type

Presentation

Conference Track

Other

Description

interactive classroom assessment techniques (iCATs) are perhaps more important to measure "realtime" learning of students "during" an instruction session to insure intended outcomes are achieved before students exit the classroom. This session will explore iCATs using clickers as a formative approach to interactively assess both students’ prior knowledge as well as what they take away from an instruction session.

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Start Date

8-2-2013 1:15 PM

End Date

8-2-2013 2:00 PM

Persistent Identifier

http://archives.pdx.edu/ds/psu/20041

Subjects

Higher education -- Computer-assisted instruction, Teaching -- Aids and devices, Communication in education, Educational evaluation

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Feb 8th, 1:15 PM Feb 8th, 2:00 PM

No One is Leaving Without You . . . Or Me Knowing: Interactive Classroom Assessment Techniques (iCATs) Using Clicker Technology

interactive classroom assessment techniques (iCATs) are perhaps more important to measure "realtime" learning of students "during" an instruction session to insure intended outcomes are achieved before students exit the classroom. This session will explore iCATs using clickers as a formative approach to interactively assess both students’ prior knowledge as well as what they take away from an instruction session.