Anonymity of clickers may help close science gender gap

07/21/2008 | ScienceDaily

Students who used hand-held clickers to participate in class lectures boosted their college physics final-exam scores by 10% or one full-letter grade, according to Ohio State University studies. Use of clickers particularly boosted the scores of female students, who tended to score lower than their male classmates in non-clicker classes.

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