What are clickers?
Clickers are sometimes referred to as classroom response systems or personal response systems. Clickers are easy-to-use and hand-held remote devices with buttons that students press to respond to questions posed by their instructors. Then the clicker software transmits the student responses to a receiver attached to the instructor computer. The instructor can then display a graphical distribution of the results or other different formats of result report on the classroom screen.
Clickers can be used to get immediate student feedback about their content comprehension or to collect personal information or opinions.
For detailed information about how to use clickers, please click here.
- increased student engagement
- immediate feedback
- increased class attendance
Clicker Request form
Please fill out the request form and return it to TLC request clickers
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