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Thomas Sagstetter

Socrative | Student Response System | Audience Response Systems | Clicker | Clickers | ... - 1 views

  • Socrative is a smart student response syste
  • smart student response system
  • Teachers control the questions and games on their laptop
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  • students respond and interact through their smartphones/laptops
  • Real Time Formative Assessment
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    Great way to use mobile devices and computers in the classroom!
Kristin Gibbons

Classroom Response System - Clicker Free | Poll Everywhere - 0 views

    • Kristin Gibbons
       
      Educators use for Poll Everywhere
  • Poll Everywhere costs, on average, 90% less than hardware systems
  • Elicit diverse opinions when there isn't a correct answer
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  • Gauge student comprehension of material immediately
  • Assess last night's reading with a quick quiz
  • Encourage risk-taking with anonymous student responses
  • We put your students in control of their privacy
  • Every classroom can have it immediately
  • We did all of the hard work for you. Just plug and play
  • Voting and polling via cell phone or the web
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    Poll Everywhere is a less expensive classroom response system using  students cell phones or computers rather than school purchased hardware.  I love the option to incorporate High School age student's love for their cell phones.  This technology would be great way to check comprehension and allow some thought provoking comments with anonymous responses
Gwen Nachman

http://wiredinstructor2.blogspot.com/2008/10/8-online-discussion-response-techniques.html - 1 views

    • Dennis OConnor
       
      Here's an expanded list of response techniques. Should all of these be added to our class rubric?
    • Jennifer Steuck
       
      Yes. I belive there are many examples of all of these taking place on the various posts.
  • Suggested Techniques for Response :

      • Expand on the topic.
      • Provide a teaching story that illustrates the main idea.
      • Offer a different perspective.
      • Provide an online resource relevant to the topic (include a hyperlink).
      • Offer a method you use in your classroom.
      • Provide a summary of the ideas posted so far (good when you come late to the conversation).
      • Ask a specific question (but avoid prompting yes or no answers).
      • Ask an open ended (on topic) question.
    • Gwen Nachman
       
      I like these 2 lists and think they would be helpful to have near when writing! Good reminders of the goal.
      Can they be put on a floating sticky?
      I'm just learning how to do this!
    • Dennis OConnor
       
      Clever Idea Gwen. If you copy the techniques to your word processor and then paste them into one of these sticky notes you could do just that. Hmmm I tested this idea in D2L & Moodle and the stickies don't stick. However, Highlights and annotations do work in Moodle. (Although you can only share Moodle based notes with someone who is logged into the class.)
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    Here's a blog post that expands a bit on the basic response techniques offered on our discussion self-evaluation-rubric,
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