Ruhr-University Bochum encourages 3rd year students to work with 1st and 2nd year students in classroom seminars. Regular use of the interactive voting system improves the learning conditions, and the quality of lectures and seminars. Active participation of the audience is encouraged using the interactive voting system and helps to get an immediate sense of the understanding and competence of students.
Martin Klaper’s students have no inhibitions. They actively participate and answer questions right away thanks to TeleDialog, a student response system also known as TED.
Martin calls out: “Three-two-one-go!” The students answer through their voting keypads and look up excitedly. The results are displayed after a few seconds.