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About A2L

Robert J. Dufresne, William J. Gerace (2004). Assessing-To-Learn: Formative assessment in physics instruction. The Physics Teacher 42(8): 18-23. <link>

Robert J. Dufresne, William J. Gerace, Jose P. Mestre, William J. Leonard (2000). ASK-IT/A2L: Assessing Student Knowledge with Instructional Technology. UMPERG Technical Report PERG-2000#09-SEP#1-28pp. <link>

About Classroom Response Systems

Beatty, Ian D. (2004). Transforming Student Learning with Classroom Communication Systems. Educause Center for Applied Research (ECAR) Research Bulletin ERB0403, 03 February 2004. <link>

Robert J. Dufresne, William J. Gerace, William J. Leonard, Jose P. Mestre, Laura Wenk (1996). Classtalk: A Classroom Communication System for Active Learning. Journal of Computing in Higher Education 7 3-47 (1996). <link>

Laura Wenk, Robert J. Dufresne, William J. Gerace, William J. Leonard, Jose P. Mestre (1997). Technology-assisted active learning in large lectures. In A.P. McNeal & C. D’Avanzo (Eds.), Student-active science: Models of innovation in college science teaching (pp. 431-451). Orlando, FL: Saunders College Publishing. <link>

Robert J. Dufresne, William J. Gerace, William J. Leonard, Ian D. Beatty (2002). Assessing-To-Learn (A2L): Reflective Formative Assessment Using a Classroom Communication System. Pathways to Change: An International Conference on Transforming Math and Science Education in the K16 Continuum, April 18-21, 2002. Crystal City, Arlington VA. <link>

William J. Gerace, Robert J. Dufresne, William J. Leonard (1999). Using technology to implement active learning in large classes. Translated into Spanish for M. Moreno & G. Sastry (Eds.), Constructivism and New Paradigms in Science and Education. Buenos Aires: Gedisa. <link>