## Teaching Math with Clickers: Preservice Teachers, Competitive Students, & Visual Thinking

Continuing my reports from the contributed paper session on teaching with clickers I helped coordinate at the Joint Mathematics Meetings back in …

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Continuing my reports from the contributed paper session on teaching with clickers I helped coordinate at the Joint Mathematics Meetings back in …

File this under “Better Late Than Never.” Back in January 2010, I coordinated (with Kelly Cline and Kien Lim) a contributed paper …

Just over a year ago, I shared a story here about a clicker question I used in one of my math courses …

A few weeks ago, Jason B. Jones, one of the editors at my favorite group blog, ProfHacker, invited readers who teach in …

A math colleague of mine, who blogs under the name Doc Turtle, recently blogged about his use of a calculus worksheet that …

Here are a few interesting ideas shared during the first set of talks about teaching with clickers at the Joint Mathematics Meetings …

I’m involved with a couple of clicker sessions at the Joint Mathematics Meetings in San Francisco in January. (Yes, I know, spending …

One of the questions I’m asked most often when I present about teaching with clickers is the “coverage” question: How do you …