Resources for Clickers and Classroom Voting in Collegiate Mathematics

This page contains resources for classroom voting in mathematics, also known as ConcepTests for Peer Instruction or "Clicker Questions". These materials were developed through two NSF-funded projects: "MathQUEST: Math Questions to Engage Students" (2006-2009) and "MathVote: Teaching Mathematics with Classroom Voting" (2010-2013). These projects involve not only creating and testing libraries of classroom voting questions, but also involve the study of these teaching methods. For more details see our Project Summaries below. These projects have been run here at Carroll College's, Department of Mathematics, Engineering, and Computer Science by Holly Zullo and Kelly Cline.

New book on classroom voting in mathematics:

Teaching Mathematics with Classroom Voting: With and Without Clickers

Kelly Cline and Holly Zullo eds.

Published by the Mathematical Associate of America

Now availabe as an e-book or print-on-demand.

Question Libraries for Specific Courses
(These are the libraries that we use here at Carroll College. For libraries from people at other institutions see our Resources page, which has links to libraries for Statistics, College Algebra, Group Theory, and more.)

This material is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under Grants DUE 536077 and 0836775. Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation.

The Carroll College Department of Mathematics, Engineering, and Computer Science