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Computer-controlled In-class Feedback System for Interactive Lectures
American Journal of Physics
  • Thomas J. Bensky, California Polytechnic State University - San Luis Obispo
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Instructors who wish to implement an interactive lecture style, such as peer instruction, have the need to collect feedback from students in a lecture environment. We present a computer-controlled electronic circuit that allows for quick, rigorous, and accurate measurement and reporting of student feedback in the lecture environment.
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Thomas J. Bensky. "Computer-controlled In-class Feedback System for Interactive Lectures" American Journal of Physics Vol. 71 Iss. 11 (2003) p. 1174 - 1177
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