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Flashcard for low-tech peer instruction August 22, 2013

Posted by aquillam in teaching.
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I wanted a simple, highly visible flashcard, like Ed Prather and Gina Brissenden use (see http://blog.peerinstruction.net/2012/04/06/can-you-flip-large-classes/). One that wouldn’t be any more difficult for a colorblind student to see in a large lecture hall. After about 15 minutes, I realized it would be a lot faster if I just made my own.

If anyone else needs one, here it is.

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