Leicester School of Biological Sciences

14 July 2008

How can I use eletronic voting in my teaching?

Filed under: Blackboard, how_to — Tags: , , — jobadge @ 2:16 pm

You may already have some element of interactivity in your lectures, if so, why not consider using the voting system in place of a show of hands or coloured cards? Here are some simple tips that will help you use the electronic voting system effectively in increase student engagement in your lectures.

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1 Comment »

  1. The boring/obvious answer: use it as formative test (to check whether they’ve got it); simple yes/no answers. You could also use Question Tools for this, but the freeby version is a bit laborious to use. (I only used it once, for a PGCE ‘Produce a resource’ project. It gave my evening class students something to do in the holidays, but I wouldn’t say it revolutionized my teaching!)

    b

    Comment by Bob Knowles — 15 July 2008 @ 10:20 am


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