Experiences Interaction

Interaction with students by using Clickers

André Duif (department of Applied Physics): "I introduced the Clickers to Electromagnetism 1 about three years ago. It is a good medium to get interaction with the room. I used to ask questions in the past but there was little response but the use of Clickers has put this right. Read more...

Clickers to check that students have understood

Richard Engeln (department of Applied Physics):"You can’t deal with everything in a lecture. Clickers gives you insight about when to push on once the question or material has been understood and when you should go back over something." Read more...

Using a forum for an online course

Marko Boon (department of Mathematics and Computer Science): "My online Calculus course is aimed at incoming students at TU/e who, at that moment, have summer holidays in the Netherlands or abroad. Since I have no contact hours, I use a forum that is offered on the website Oncourse." Read more...

Chatten through Microsoft Lync for an online course

Marko Boon (deparment of Mathematics and Computer Science): "For my online Calculus course I have no contact hours, so in order to get as much personal contact as possible I use Lync for four one-hour chat sessions with students following the subject, one at 10 am and one at 4 pm, for two days." Read more...