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Integrating with other methods
Because Peer Instruction can be incorporated into any lecture course, it is one of the easiest PER-based teaching methods to implement. It can also be used in conjunction with nearly any other method. It is often used in lecture in conjuction with the use of tutorials in recitation, for example UW Tutorials, ABP Tutorials, OST Tutorials, CU E&M tutorials, CU QM tutorials, QuILTs, Thermal Tutorials, or Mechanics Tutorials.
Peer Instruction is one example of a method of teaching with clickers.