Interactive Student Response System – The Magic Tool for Peer-to-peer Teaching
Nowadays, it is an inevitable trend to equip a Student Response System as a teacher’s teaching tool in the classrooms of major colleges and universities. This is especially the case when interactive whiteboards, short-throw projection screens, touch-screen TVs, and various teaching equipment placed in the campus classroom so that each student has a Response Clicker to achieve the true sense of the classroom interaction. However, how to use the Student Response System, let it play its true effectiveness?
The Interactive Student Response System uses radiofrequency technology (Radio Frequency, RF for short). A whole set of Student Response System includes a number of student clickers, a computer-side receiver, and an interactive response software, while the number of users can up to dozens to hundreds. The students use the clickers to feedback on the questions raised by the teachers. The receiver transmits the feedback information to the computer, which is analyzed by the special interactive response software in the computer to generate the result charts such as Bar Chart or Pie Chart, all data is written into the computer database storage, easy to do in-depth analysis after class. Since each student’s answer will be recorded, the teacher can also use it to establish a student’s learning history, long-term tracking student learning situation for short-term and long-term academic analysis.
SunVote Limited, the original designer of this Classroom Clickers, has 20 years of experience in the field of interactive Student Response System, providing the professional application for different alive response applications in education field solution.
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