Han Solo and Kermit in the Classroom: Using Alter-Egos and Interactive Technology for Class Participation and Formative Assessment
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This PowerPoint presentation explains how classroom participation can be improved by employing fictional characters as alter-egos for students. The presenter shares her experience and research regarding student engagement with alter-egos while interacting with clickers, mobile devices, online surveys, Google docs, and other technologies.