Electronic Proceedings of the Nineteenth Annual International Conference on Technology in Collegiate MathematicsBoston, Massachusetts, February 1518, 2007Paper C035
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Using Classroom Voting in Mathematics Courses 
Kelly Cline
Carroll College
Helena, MT 59625
USA
kcline@carroll.edu
 Holly Zullo
Carroll College
Helena, MT 59625
USA
hzullo@carroll.edu
 Mark Parker
Carroll College
Helena, MT 59625
USA
mparker@carroll.edu

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Classroom voting engages students by requiring them to consider a multiple choice or true/false question, form an opinion, and participate by electronically registering their vote. We introduce this method of teaching, give some background on its use, and demonstrate classroom voting for calculus, multivariable calculus, and differential equations.
Keyword(s): pedagogy, calculus, multivariable calculus, differential equations