Use of the PRS (Personal Response System) handsets at Glasgow University

Stephen W. Draper, Margaret I. Brown, Department of Psychology Glasgow University

Benefits and Disadvantages of using personal response system (PRS) headsets at Glasgow University classrooms

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Subject: Physics:Education Practices:Curriculum Development, Classroom Management, Careers, Pedagogy, Education, Psychology, Physics:Education Practices:Technology, Active Learning, School Improvement, Education:Assessment, Physics:Education Foundations:Teacher Characteristics, Physics:Education Foundations, Education:Faculty Development, Physics:Education Foundations:Assessment of Students, Learning Theory, Alternative Conceptions
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Grade Level: College Upper (15-16), College Lower (13-14), Introductory LevelKeywords: Handsets, Handset, Glasgow, PRS, Personal Response System