Category Archives: maths

Using numeric input clickers in accounting

Alice Luby, Lecturer, School of Accounting and Finance My rationale for using clickers with my accountancy students is to encourage students to be more active in the learning process.  This facilitates those who learn by doing, the approach is also useful … Continue reading

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Clickers and Preliminary Engineering

Brendan O’Beirn, Lecturer in Engineering Science, DIT Bolton Street. Since February I have been using clickers in the Engineering Physics module for students registered on the level 6 Preliminary Engineering course DT020. Preliminary Engineering caters for those students who have … Continue reading

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Using Clickers in a Maths lecture

Blathnaid Sheridan, School of Mathematical Sciences DIT I have been using the clicker system with a mixed group of Physics students for whom mathematics is a compulsory module during Semester 1 and Semester 2 of Year 1. I have found a … Continue reading

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