Resources for Effective Teaching
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Links to OSET Resource Pages:
Teaching with Clickers: A 2-page PDF document introduces you to instructional strategies.
How to Use Clickers at UNM-Albuquerque: This 2-page PDF describes how to obtain and get started with Clickers for your class.
Using iClicker Without Using PowerPoint: A 1-page PDF document describes how to use iClicker with any computer program or without projecting any images or text.
How to Make an iClicker Roster File: A 2-page PDF file shows you how to make iClicker roster files.
How do I Import iClicker Grades into the WebCT Vista Grade Book: 1-page of instructions descibing how to upload student iClicker scores into the WebCT Vista Grade Book.
UNM iClicker User Bulletins: This file includes information bulletins that are periodically sent to UNM iClicker users with information about product upgrades and options and other iClicker news.
Multiple Uses of Clickers Integrated into a Learning Activity Sequence: - This link takes you to the 2011 Success in the Classroom presentation abstracts. From there you can scroll down to page 14 to find a one page abstract discussing the use of clickers in combination with the learning activity sequence; Aurora Pun, University of New Mexico.
Workshops Related to this Topic (check the OSET events calendar for upcoming offerings):
Teaching with Clickers: A Workshop for Implementing the Best Learning Opportunities with Classroom Response Systems
FacNet Resources – UNM faculty who are happy to help in this area:
UNM faculty have volunteered to offer one-on-one advice about teaching with clickers and will welcome you to watch them teach with clickers in their classrooms. Contact OSET and we will make arrangements for you to meet.
Click here if you would like to volunteer your expertise to colleagues by joining FacNet.
Links to Useful Resources Outside UNM:
iClicker: The iClicker website includes online assistance, user guides, webinars, software downloads, and a variety of resources for teachers.
Classroom Response Systems (“Clickers”): An exhaustive online guide to teaching with clickers, including bibliography, video, and link to a blog; Center for Teaching, Vanderbilt University.
Audience Response Systems: Video case studies from Merlot ELIXIR.
Multiple-Choice Questions You Wouldn’t Put on a Test: Promoting Deep Learning Using Clickers: Learn how to engage your students in class by writing the right questions; Derek Bruff, Vanderbilt University.