In a peer-discussion, do well-prepared students simply tell other students the answer?
|Bill Wood (University of Colorado Boulder) describes the Smith et al. study, which examines whether students who change their mind as a result of peer-discussion have actually learned the concepts being tested.|
|Length: 9:31 minReleased: 2014|
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Educators featured in this video:Michelle Smith, University of Maine; Tin Tin Su and Bill Wood, University of Colorado Boulder.
|The Tools and Evidence Videos|
|Tools: Clickers: This video introduces clickers and demonstrates how to integrate clickers into a course.|
|Tools: Think-Pair-Share: This video introduces think-pair-share and demonstrates how to integrate think-pair-share into a course.|
|Evidence: Knight et. al. Study: Do students learn more with clickers and peer-discussion?|
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