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An Exploratory Study on the Use of Clickers in Preservice Chemistry Teacher Education
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An Exploratory Study on the Use of Clickers in Preservice Chemistry Teacher Education
Cha, Jeongho;
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 Abstract
In this study, clicker, also known as classroom response system, was applied to the chemistry method course at the university in Gyeongbuk, and preservice chemistry teachers' perceptions of clicker were surveyed. Before starting lecture, operation and class application of clickers were introduced to preservice teachers, and then 4-5 questions were presented to them in most classes during the term. After preservice teachers were asked to answer the questions, lecturer gave feedback based on the class answer distribution. Questions presented to preservice teachers were recall and/or understanding questions on learning contents, opinion questions, and questions about muddiest point. At the end of semester, preservice teachers were asked to rate their perception of clikers in terms of likert scale and essay type. They had positive perceptions of clicker use in aspects of cognitive effects, affective effects and media characteristics. They preferred conceptual understanding questions and monitoring questions among 8 clicker question types. Some cases using clickers in lecture and educational implications were also included.
 Keywords
Classroom response system;Clicker;Question;Feedback;Preservice teacher education;
 Language
Korean
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대학교육에서 스마트 클리커 앱을 활용한 실시간 피드백 학습활동이 학습몰입 및 학업성취에 미치는 영향,배지혜;

한국산학기술학회논문지, 2014. vol.15. 9, pp.5543-5552 crossref(new window)
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