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Symposium Title: Clickers: From Classroom Practice to Research Tool
Descrption: Clickers (or personal response systems, polling systems, etc.) have been increasingly used in classrooms of all sizes and at institutions of all sizes. The real-time feedback and classroom anonymity make these devices a powerful pedagogical tool to increase student engagement in the classroom. Increasingly, clickers are being used as a research tool to investigate student learning. Presentations are requested from clicker users at all levels, from the first-time user to the chemical education researcher. Presenters are particularly encouraged to provide data regarding the effectiveness of the devices, where possible. Presentations are welcome to describe clicker use in all courses, including large enrollment introductory level courses and small enrollment upper (and lower) level courses.
Program: 21st BCCE
Audience: General Audience
Organizer: Daniel King
Restrictions: If possible, I would prefer that the symposium be scheduled at a different time than "Using Laptop/Cellphone Student Response Systems to Enhance Group Learning Activities", as the audiences are likely to be quite similar. Also, we will need a data projector for the presentations.
Part 2 of 2 [2010-08-03 14:00:00 - 17:00:00] - Daniel King, Presider
Start TimePresenterTitle
14:00:00 introduction
14:05:00William DonovanSix years of clickers: From novelty to ubiquity
14:25:00Gary CabiracUse of clickers in large enrollment general chemistry classes
14:45:00Alton BanksClickers in a non-science majors course
15:05:00Margaret AsirvathamClickers in organic chemistry: Impact on student learning and course mastery
15:25:00 break
15:40:00Rosio DeLeonClickers can cause complacency
16:00:00Brett McCollumClickers and classroom engagement: Comparing 1st year and 3rd year chemistry classrooms
16:20:00 discussion
Part 1 of 2 [2010-08-02 14:00:00 - 17:00:00] - Daniel King, Presider
Start TimePresenterTitle
14:00:00 introduction
14:05:00Daniel KingClicker use as an indicator of success in general chemistry
14:25:00Autumn SutherlinEffect of student response systems on student achievement and study time
14:45:00Gary WulfsbergPromoting chemistry knowledge and ability to read the textbook using clickers in general chemistry I: Research results
15:05:00Misganaw GebruLonger-term general chemistry I learning effectiveness as promoted by clickers and by lecture only: Research results
15:25:00 break
15:40:00james macarthurSelf-assembled student interactions in large classrooms
16:00:00Charlie CoxPRS technology and case-based reasoning in the classroom
16:20:00Erin O'ConnellRapid knowledge assessment: Correlating student reported immediate first steps and problem solving efficiency
16:40:00 discussion

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