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IPAL — In-class Polling for All Learners
IPAL — In-class Polling for All Learners
IPAL — In-class Polling for All Learners
IPAL — In-class Polling for All Learners
IPAL — In-class Polling for All Learners
IPAL — In-class Polling for All Learners
IPAL — In-class Polling for All Learners
IPAL — In-class Polling for All Learners
IPAL — In-class Polling for All Learners
IPAL — In-class Polling for All Learners
IPAL — In-class Polling for All Learners
IPAL — In-class Polling for All Learners
IPAL — In-class Polling for All Learners
IPAL — In-class Polling for All Learners
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IPAL — In-class Polling for All Learners

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William (Bill) Junkin, Director of Instructional Technology and Professor of Physics, Eckerd College …

William (Bill) Junkin, Director of Instructional Technology and Professor of Physics, Eckerd College

The IPAL project allows students to use a mixture of web-enabled devices (laptops, iPads, cell phones, etc.) to respond to in-class polling through a Moodle module or a stand-alone module for non-Moodle users. IPAL provides peer-reviewed polling questions for some courses and instructors can create their own questions for any course. The analysis of student response patterns may identify at-risk students. Bring your smart phone or laptop and explore interactive pedagogy enabled through technology.

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  • 1. In-class Polling for All LearnersWilliam F Junkin, III, Director of Instructional TechnologyAnne J Cox, Professor of PhysicsEckerd College, St Petersburg, FL
  • 2. What happens to the bottomof the slinky when I drop theslinky?a) dropsb) risesc) stays in the same place
  • 3. What happens to the bottom ofthe slinky when I drop the slinky?a) dropsb) risesc) stays in the same place
  • 4. What happens to the bottom ofthe slinky when I drop the slinky?a) dropsb) risesc) stays in the same place
  • 5. What happens to thebottom of the slinky iPAL Livewhen I drop theslinky? drops rises stays in the same place
  • 6. Screen shot in case internet is flaky
  • 7. What happens to the bottom of theslinky when I drop the slinky?a) dropsb) risesc) stays in the same place If we had time, we would have you discuss your answers and then do the demo...
  • 8. Slinky Drop (Slow Motion) moviehttp://youtu.be/JsytnJ_pSf8 http://youtu.be/eCMmmEEyOO0
  • 9. Advantages● Responses from Clickers, SmartPhones, Computers● Multiple Choice and Free Response● Track Students (Retention)● Ready to Use Question Sets● Moodle or Stand-Alone
  • 10. Research by Carl Weiman Shared the 2001 Nobel physics prizeInformation from news article:http://cnsnews.com/news/article/study-its-not-teacher-method-matters-0● University of British Columbia● "about twice as high on the test"● "about twice as high on the test"● "The best scores in the traditional class were below average for the interactive class, Wieman said. In addition, student attendance and attention were higher in the interactive class"● "Previous research has produced similar results"
  • 11. May 12, 2011
  • 12. More information...http://tinyurl.com/NGLC-IPALBill Junkin junkinwf@eckerd.edu (727) 864-8239About IPAL site:http://www.compadre.org/ipal/webdocs/About.cfm NGLC Project Supported by

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