|How can instructors get started with active learning? What simple and effective active learning methods can easily be implemented in a course? Hear from instructors about their experience and see classroom demonstrations using think-pair-share and clickers.|
|Length: 7:05 minReleased: 2014|
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Educators featured in this video: Deborah Allen, University of Delaware; Chantilly Apollon, City College of San Francisco; Erin Dolan, University of Texas, Austin; Sabrice Guerrier, Millsaps College; Mary Miller, Rhodes College; Mark Peifer, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill; Omar Quintero, University of Richmond; Jeff Schinske, De Anza College; Kimberly Tanner, San Francisco State University; Sue Wick, University of Minnesota, Twin Cities.
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Think-Pair-Share is an active learning technique that can be used in small or large enrollment courses to engage students and encourage them to practice scientific thinking skills.
|Clickers are Audience Response Systems that enable instructors to ask a multiple-choice question, poll students for an answer, and display the aggregated results to the class.|
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