Classroom response systems (“clickers” or TurningPoint on campus) can be used to help keep a classroom engaged during lecture. To keep things interesting for students who use them, Academic Technology Services offers instructors a new “Top Ten List” of alternatives to potentially passé multiple choice and true-false questions. They’ve also made PowerPoint templates for several of these, including “Geopardy” (the knockoff it sounds like), available for instructors. View the top ten list and contact Luke Konkol in ATS for more information: email@example.com.
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