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Case study evaluating Just-In-Time Teaching and Peer Instruction using clickers in a quantum mechanics course

Case study evaluating Just-In-Time Teaching and Peer Instruction using clickers in a quantum mechanics course

“Our research suggests that lectures focusing on student difficulties, which were used in this case study as part of the JiTT-based instructional approach, resulted in improved performance on the ICT compared to the RQ for some students but they were not sufficient for helping all students in the quantum mechanics course to have a time for telling...However, a majority of students showed improved performance on various concepts at some point of time in the instructional design.” (p.12)

Sayer, R., Marshman, E., & Singh, C. (2016). Case study evaluating Just-In-Time Teaching and Peer Instruction using clickers in a quantum mechanics course. Physical Review Physics Education Research, 12(2). doi:10.1103/physrevphyseducres.12.020133

Resource Theme(s): Developing capstone curriculum to enhance student achievement, Effectiveness of just in time teaching on student achievement

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