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Testing a New Generation: Implementing Clickers as an Extension Data Collection Tool
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Journal of Extension Volume 50, Number 5, ISSN 1077-5315

Abstract

Using clickers to gauge student understanding in large classrooms is well documented. Less well known is the effectiveness of using clickers with youth for test taking in large-scale Extension programs. This article describes the benefits and challenges of collecting evaluation data using clickers with a third-grade population participating in a childhood obesity prevention program.

Citation

Parmer, S.M., Parmer, G. & Struempler, B. (2012). Testing a New Generation: Implementing Clickers as an Extension Data Collection Tool. Journal of Extension, 50(5),. Retrieved May 20, 2019 from .

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