Texting in Class
Chalmers, Charlotte; Garden, Claire
In large student cohorts, it can be intimidating for students to ask questions. We have introduced "text walling" as a means of allowing students to ask questions by mobile phone (a technology familiar to all students). The questions appear on the computer screen so are visible to the whole class. We have also used the text wall to ask questions of the students, who then send their replies to the text wall.
Chalmers, C., & Garden, C. (2010). Texting in Class. [http://staff.napier.ac.uk/services/dlte/LTA/resources/Pages/Details.aspx?ItemID=14&Section=CS]
|Digital Artefact Type||Website Content|
|Publication Date||Oct 8, 2010|
|Deposit Date||Mar 29, 2021|
|Keywords||Text wall, Feedback, Pedagogy|
|Related Public URLs||https://staff.napier.ac.uk/services/dlte/LTA/resources/Pages/Details.aspx?ItemID=14&Section=CS|
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