Student Response Systems (“clickers”) can help instructors obtain immediate feedback from their students during class. Some Northwestern instructors use them to poll large classes to ascertain their students’ grasp of the material, while others use them for quizzing, attendance, and even peer instruction.
If you’re interested in learning more about how you could integrate clickers into your classroom, please attend our Lunch and Learn session on March 8th from noon-1 p.m. in University Library on the Evanston campus. A Turning Technologies representative will be available to explain the software and some of the benefits of using clickers in the classroom. Register today.