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Available methods of instant class feedback had been limited to technology associated with clickers purchased by students, or tied to responses from laptops, which professors have begun banning from the classroom due to distraction. However, obtaining real-time feedback on students’ comprehension of complex concepts remains a critical pedagogical goal, particularly in rule-based courses such as Professional Responsibility.
UNLV Best Teaching Practices Expo 2017
Real-time feedback; Interactive classroom feedback
Educational Methods | Higher Education and Teaching
Johnson, Lori D. and Babler, Emma, "Instant Class Polling Using Mobile Devices: An Interactive and Effective Pedagogical Tool" (2017). UNLV Best Teaching Practices Expo. 36.