Creating an Interactive Learning Environment: Experience of using a Student Response System

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Creating an Interactive Learning Environment: Experience of using a Student Response System. / Hellström, Daniel; Johansson, Ola.

[Host publication title missing]. Lund University, 2008. p. 1-3.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingPaper in conference proceeding

Harvard

Hellström, D & Johansson, O 2008, Creating an Interactive Learning Environment: Experience of using a Student Response System. in [Host publication title missing]. Lund University, pp. 1-3, LTHs 5:e Pedagogiska Inspirationskonferens, 2008, Lund, Sweden, 2008/10/23.

APA

Hellström, D., & Johansson, O. (2008). Creating an Interactive Learning Environment: Experience of using a Student Response System. In [Host publication title missing] (pp. 1-3). Lund University.

CBE

Hellström D, Johansson O. 2008. Creating an Interactive Learning Environment: Experience of using a Student Response System. In [Host publication title missing]. Lund University. pp. 1-3.

MLA

Hellström, Daniel and Ola Johansson "Creating an Interactive Learning Environment: Experience of using a Student Response System". [Host publication title missing]. Lund University. 2008, 1-3.

Vancouver

Hellström D, Johansson O. Creating an Interactive Learning Environment: Experience of using a Student Response System. In [Host publication title missing]. Lund University. 2008. p. 1-3

Author

Hellström, Daniel ; Johansson, Ola. / Creating an Interactive Learning Environment: Experience of using a Student Response System. [Host publication title missing]. Lund University, 2008. pp. 1-3

RIS

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N2 - The purpose of this paper is to briefly discuss the rationale for using Student Response Systems (SRS) and to share our experience of using this teaching technology in a training session. Our experiences support existing pedagogical research and show that SRS can be used to transform traditionally passive lecture-based classes into stimulating, active learning environments. Students demonstrate better comprehension and motivation when employing SRS compared to being taught in conventional lecture-based classes. Moreover, as teachers, SRS enable us to immediately assess student knowledge of a particular concept, and adapt the instructions we give to the learning needs of the students.

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KW - SoTL

KW - Packaging logistics

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