Clickers engage students, increase feedback

01/28/2008 | NYTimes.com

As audience-response systems, known as clickers, become more common in public schools, students and educators say they make classes more fun while increasing participation from all learners, not just the vocal ones. "I like competition," said high-school junior Jake Zeller. "I think it also motivates other students to study harder so they can do better in class."

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