Journal of Chemical Education
Web-based classroom response systems offer a variety of benefits versus traditional clicker technology. They are simple to use for students and faculty and offer various question types suitable for a broad spectrum of chemistry classes. They facilitate active learning pedagogies like peer instruction and successfully engage students in the learning environment. Example problems for Organic I and II are shown to highlight potential uses of one Web-based system
Collaborative/Cooperative Learning, Computer-Based Learning, Curriculum, General Public, Organic Chemistry, Student-Centered Learning
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Shea, Kevin M., "Beyond Clickers, Next Generation Classroom Response Systems for Organic Chemistry" (2016). Chemistry: Faculty Publications, Smith College, Northampton, MA.