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Dr Michael Munnik

Lecturer in Social Science Theories and Methods, School of History Archaeology and Religion

Published 16 Aug 2017 • 18.5 mins read

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Please turn on your devices: Inviting mobile technology into the classroom for formative assessment through polling software

Dr Michael Munnik of Cardiff University's School of History, Archaeology and Religion presents at the Centre for Education Innovation's 2017 Learning & Teaching Conference on the subject of 'Please turn on your devices: Inviting mobile technology into the classroom for formative assessment through polling software'

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