- A series of high quality videos regarding the use of clickers in the classroom, focusing on topics including
- Students and Teachers Speak: educators articulating why they use clickers in the classroom and students articulating how clickers improve their learning experience
- How to Use Clickers Effectively: how to write effective clicker questions, how long to allow students to talk before choosing their answers, how to guide students to understand the rationale behind an answer, and at what stage to reveal the correct answer
- Anatomy of a Clicker Question: what makes for a well-formulated clicker question?
- The Research: Do Clickers Help Students Learn?: this video summarizes some of the key research illustrating increased learning from the effective use of clickers
- Explain to Your Students why you are using clickers in your class; this key step can make a big difference in students' attitudes toward the use of clickers
- A Clicker Resource Guide: an instructors' guide to the effective use of Personal Response Systems (clickers) in teaching.
http://www.theactiveclass.com. This is i>clicker's multi-author blog that provides a forum for exchanging ideas.
Vanderbilt University's Center for Teaching and Learning has an extensive set of resources about and demonstrations of the use of clickers.
- Their assistant director, Derek Bruff, has a blog about teaching with a classroom response system.
EduCause, a nonprofit association advancing higher education technology, offers research and reports about classroom response systems.
Classroom Clickers is a website comparing classroom response systems and school adoption procedures. Case studies from different institutions are documented.
Florida State University's Center for Teaching and Learning has online resources for using clickers and best practice strategies.
Poll Everywhere is a web- and cell-phone based Classroom Response System.
UCLA has documented their adoption of clickers.