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Quality of the Click: Evaluating the effect of high cognitive level clicker questions on student thinking and learning. Deborah K. Anderson Division of Natural Sciences St. Norbert College. Context of research question. Clickers and Student Engagement. Research question.

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Quality of the Click: Evaluating the effect of high cognitive level clicker questions on student thinking and learning

Deborah K. Anderson

Division of Natural Sciences

St. Norbert College

context of research question
Context of research question

Clickers and Student Engagement

research question
Research question

Using High Cognitive Level clicker questions will improve a students' ability to construct knowledge and their ability to transfer that information to other settings.

research design
Research design
  • Nonmajors human biology course, 40 students.
  • 8 modules alternating low/high cognitive level clicker questions.
  • Perception survey after each unit (4 modules) and at end of semester – how do clicker questions help you learn material?
  • Exams – combination of low/high level multiple choice questions.