Category Archives: Student Response Systems

Student Response Systems

A Student Response System is a wireless response system that allows individuals to request information and for students to respond by using a “clicker” or hand-held response pad to send his or her information to a receiver (University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, n.d.). … Continue reading

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Introduction to the SAMR Model

The SAMR Model was developed by Dr. Ruben Puentedura as a way for teachers to evaluate how they are incorporating technology into their practice. This video on Common Sense Media gives a good overview of the model. SAMR stands for substation, augmentation, … Continue reading

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Interactive Classrooms – iClickers for active learning

Did you know that there are two class sets of iClickers (and controllers) available on loan through the Scarfe Education Library for instructors? All you need is the clicker set (which includes a ‘base station’) and a computer hooked up … Continue reading

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