UW-Green Bay Assistant Professor Timothy Dale (Social Change and Development) has co-authored two recently published papers that examine the use of interactive technology — specifically ‘clickers’ — in the classroom. “Clicking from College to K-12 Schools: Engaging preservice teachers with technology” appears in the 2009 edition of Teacher Education Journal of South Carolina. You can read the other article, “Electric Engagement: The Use of Classroom Response Technology in Four Disciplines,” in Currents in Teaching and Learning, Fall 2009; click here.
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