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1 Salvaging the one-shot with clickers Micah Muer Instructional Technology and Information Literacy Librarian Mat-Su College, UAA

2 What kind of library do you work in/want to work in? A.Academic Library B.Public Library C.School library D.Special library E.Other library

3 Have you ever used clickers as a teacher? A.Yes B.No

4 Part One: Introduction

5 What is a clicker?

6 Hardware choices

7 Where did clickers come from?

8 When were classroom response systems first used in lectures? A.1960s B.1970s C.1980s D.1990s E.2000s

9 “Participation Presenter-Audience Reaction System,” 1972.

10 “Arithmetic Teaching Apparatus”, 1971.

11 Early research: kind of promising.

12 40 years on: how we’re using clickers today

13 Agile teaching

14 On a scale of 1 to 5 rate how ready you are for the next slide (five being most, one being least)

15 Time for telling

16 Your sister calls to say she’s having twins. Which of the following is more likely? (Assume she’s not having identical twins.) A.Twin boys B.Twin girls C.One boy and one girl D.All are equally likely

17 Peer instruction

18 1: A person in Boulder, Colorado observes the planet Jupiter on the eastern horizon right after sunset. Six hours later Jupiter will be… A.Low in the south B.High in the south C.Nearly directly overhead D.Low in the west E.Not visible

19 2: A person in Boulder, Colorado observes the planet Jupiter on the eastern horizon right after sunset. Six hours later Jupiter will be… A.Low in the south B.High in the south C.Nearly directly overhead D.Low in the west E.Not visible

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21 Games and contests

22 Developing a Research Strategy Evaluating Material Leader BoardDouble Jeopardy

23 You are assigned a research topic for geometry class on the history of Pascal’s triangle (5-10 pages). Which source is the best one for background information on this topic A.Concise Encyclopedia of Mathematics B.Encyclopedia of Science and Technology C.Oxford English Dictionary D.Trigonometry Textbook 25% Back to question screen

24 You want to write a paper on the politics of a poem by Allen Ginsberg entitled “Hadda Been Playing on the Jukebox” and have found only two articles, which is not enough for your paper. What is the best course of action? A.Change your topic B.Broaden your topic C.Narrow your topic 33% Back to question screen

25 You hear on a radio talk show that Mad Cow Disease may have been found in Canada. How might you best determine the truth of this statement? A.Get a radio transcript B.Check the American Council on Beef website C.Ask some coworkers D.Check the Department of Agriculture Website 25% Back to question screen

26 You must write a paper on the environmental practices of Sony Corporation. Which of the following is most likely to provide balanced information? A.Environmental Protection Agency (epa.gov) B.Economic Development Board (edb.org) C.Sony (sony.com) D.Greenpeace (greenpeace.org) 25% Back to question screen

27 Participant Leaders PointsParticipantPointsParticipant Back to question screen

28 What percentage of your current points would you like to wager on the next question? A.0% B.25% C.50% D.75% E.100%

29 According to Dewey’s spelling reform ideas, “fine view from the golfhouse” should be written as: A.Fin vew from golfhaus B.Fyn vu from golfhous C.Fine viw from galfhouse D.Fine view from gulfhouse E.Fyn vew from gulfhaws 20%

30 Participant Leaders PointsParticipantPointsParticipant

31 Research today

32 Part Two: how we’re using clickers at Mat-Su College

33 Let’s look at a real presentation.

34 Where do questions come from? You can make them up…

35 Where do questions come from? You can make them up… Or you can “borrow” them: – itassessments.htm itassessments.htm

36 Assessment

37 Qualitative evaluation responses – sometimes kind of useless.

38 “What is one highlight you will remember from this session?” 1.Sources. 2.The dude was cool. 3.Using the library website efficiently. 4.The library's more reliable and probably more true than google's results. The library seems like there is more accurate results. 5.Use the library. 6.That help on subjects are found in the library. 7.The library is the place to go! 8.Helping with references. 9.Thank you for sharing, we now know where to get useful information school or outside of school related. 10.Using the library (beard). 11.Amish beard.

39 Let’s look at some clicker assessment data.


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