The present paper introduces a technology-enhanced teaching method that promotes deep learning.
Four stages that correspond to four different student cohorts were used for its development and to analyse
its effectiveness. The effectiveness of the method has been assessed in terms of examination results as well as
results obtained from class response system software statistics. The evidence gathered indicates that the method
developed is very effective and its implementation is straightforward. Furthermore, its success in achieving
results seems to be independent of the skills and/or experience of the lecturer.
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