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What is a Student Response System?

A student response system (SRS), commonly called a “clicker,” is a wireless device used to conduct interactive polls during face-to-face classroom instruction. Instructors are able to gather immediate feedback from classroom participants related to their understanding of course content, participation, and attendance.

IUP has selected the ResponseCard XR, RF Receiver, and TurningPoint software, from Turning Technologies, as its Student Response System. Poll questions are developed and delivered using the TurningPoint software from within Microsoft PowerPoint. Instructors are able to develop PowerPoint slides that contain multiple-choice, true/false, and short answer questions, along with point values, countdown indicators, and options for displaying poll results. Session data can be saved for further review and analysis.  

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    Includes Best Practices and Examples of Clickers Used at Other Universities, as well as Discipline Specific Research on Using Student Response Systems.

    Last modified on 2/18/2014 3:10:01 PM

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