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| Who Wants to Be a Chem Major?
| Monday, October 03, 2005
|The University of Buffalo is using clickers in the style of Who Wants to Be a Millionaire's audience voting system in chemistry classes. Approximately 4,000 students attend the chem courses in Buffalo, New York.
The buzzers are used to poll audience knowledge on answers to questions. According to Professor Troy Wood, sometimes the class is leaning heavily towards one answer, and sometimes they are split nearly evenly.
When my students are split in how they're answering my questions, then I have to step back and think about it. If fewer than half the students can answer the question correctly, then they're not getting it.Class size has grown 30% since Wood started to use the game show clickers.
|posted by Michael Stanton * Permalink