|Studio One features classroom clickers, ADHD|
Learn how some college professors use new technology in the classroom on the next edition of Studio One. Some professors require students to use a special device called a clicker. This small, tv remote-sized tool allows students to answer questions from their desk with a click of a button.
“We take our tests using these clickers in my class. They know their tests scores before I do,” says assistant anatomy professor Jon Jackson. Some students enjoy the immediate feedback when answering quiz or exam questions. However, others say it can add to the stress of test day. Find out why on Studio One.
Also on the show this week, ADHD affects many people. This disorder causes individuals to have problems paying attention, sitting still, and can be distracting for others. Find out how one adult is dealing with this disorder in his late thirties on the next edition of Studio One.
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