Interactive Learning Environment: Engaging Students Using Clickers
Nursing Education Perspectives
Educators continue to search for effective methods that will engage students in their learning. This article presents the integration of clickers while using the constructivist approach to foster critical thinking wile engaging learners in a large classroom setting. A 22-item survey was used to measure the perceived value by students to the use of clickers in engaging them in the learning process and fostering critical thinking. Clickers, also known as personal response systems, created an interactive environment, moving students beyond simple recall to application, analysis, and construction of knowledge.
Clickers, Personal Response Systems, Constructivism, Critical Thinking, Classroom Engagement
Curriculum and Social Inquiry | Educational Assessment, Evaluation, and Research | Nursing | Other Nursing
Carol S. Sternberger (2012).
Interactive Learning Environment: Engaging Students Using Clickers. Nursing Education Perspectives.33 (2), 121-124.
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