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Innovative Student Response System Methodologies for Civil Engineering Practical Lectures

AuthorsCantero-Chinchilla, Francisco N.; Díaz-Martín, C.; García-Marín, A. P.; Estévez, J.
KeywordsStudent response system
Higher education
Civil engineering
Issue Date13-May-2019
PublisherSpringer Nature
CitationTechnology, Knowledge and Learning (2019)
AbstractPerformance of engineering degree students often becomes an important concern for lectures. Using classical teaching methodologies in practical lectures may be behind the problem. The present work develops a couple of innovative student-response-system based methodologies designed to be implemented during engineering practical lessons in higher education (BSc level). A pretest–posttest design is developed to assess the evolution of student’s performance (third course in Civil Engineering degree at the University of Córdoba). In addition, a motivational questionnaire towards the use of the innovative methodologies has been filled by the students. The results of this pilot experience show an impact on performance by the rapid feedback linked to the in-class formative assessment, in which conceptual reminders at the beginning of the practical lessons boost the motivation, engagement, and enhancement. The motivational questionnaires depicted a favourable perception of the methodologies by the students, highlighting their recommendation to extend its application to other lecturers.
Publisher version (URL)https://doi.org/10.1007/s10758-019-09410-z
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