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Evaluation of Tablet PC Supported Pedagogyhttp://www.cs.washington.edu/education/dl/presenter/

University of Washington

Richard Anderson

Classroom Interaction with Tablet PCs

Classroom Presenter

Tablet PC based classroom interaction system

Developed at University of Washington

Built on ConferenceXP Research Platform

Pedagogical goals

Lower barriers for participation

Integrate student work into discussion to promote peer learning

Provide feedback to the instructor on student understanding

Student Submissions

Instructor’s slides broadcast to student devices

Slide based activities embedded in lecture

Students answer activities with digital ink and send results wirelessly back to instructor

Instructor selectively shows student work on public display

Student work displayed anonymously

Research Questions

How do the stake holders react to the technology?

Does the student submissions pedagogy increase engagement?

Which types of activities support the educational goals?

Can we transfer best practices between instructors and disciplines?

Methodology

Study wide range of deployments

Classroom observation to understand practice

Surveys and interviews

Activity logs

Artifact analysis

Study plans

University level courses

Courses at UW with supplemental results from external partners

Courses under study:

Environmental Science

Data Structures

Software Engineering

Digital Design

1. Instructor displays a slide with an exercise for the students to work

2. Students write answers on slides on their tablets and send them back to the instructor

3. Instructor receives student answers in a film strip view for preview

4. Instructor selects student submission to show on public display for discussion

Classroom Presenter is free for educational and non-commercial uses. It is available from: www.cs.washington.edu/education/dl/presenter/

For more information contact:

Professor Richard Anderson

Department of Computer Science and Engineering

University of Washington

[email protected]


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