Clickers Improve EBD Students Response in Class

Posted on 03 Apr 2009 in Classroom Behavior, Educational Technology, Educational Technology Research, Intervention, School Behavior, Special Education, Student Behavior | Comments Off on Clickers Improve EBD Students Response in Class

Erika Blood, from Northern Illinois University, reported her research at the CEC Conference. She gave high school students ‘clickers’ to increase their response rate in a history class.

Results showed that student response rate was greater when they used clickers then when the teacher asked questions on days when clickers were not used. She also looked at on-task behavior, academic scores and a host of other measures.

For more details contact eblood@niu.edu.