4/2/2009

A Massachusetts teacher says his students are using student-response systems, called clickers, to answer multiple-choice questions during class discussions, allowing him to gauge their grasp of the material instantly. "It's not magic, but with a lot of effort, it's a classroom-changer," said Edward Davey, a middle-school history teacher. "It adds more energy to the classroom. I use it to spur discussion."

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