i>Clickers Student Response System
Clickers, also known as student response systems and classroom voting systems, allow students to answer teacher-posed questions using an electronic polling unit. To simplify integrating clickers into your classes, KUMC has adopted the i>clickers system as our preferred clickers system.
- Clickers enable you to quickly conduct formative assessments during class, getting important feedback about student understanding and adjusting instruction based on this feedback.
- With clickers, you can poll audience opinions, interests, and preferences and adapt your presentation using this information.
- Using a peer instruction strategy, you can increase student interaction, especially in large lecture courses.
What are some exciting and useful capabilities of clickers?
- Automatically track individual student attendance and performance, and directly import scores into your ANGEL grade book.
- Conduct anonymous opinion polls on controversial topics.
- Work with any computer program, not just PowerPoint.
- Include web-based clickers, in addition to or instead of hand-held clicker units, for students who already bring a laptop to class.
How do I begin using this service?
Schedule a consultation with your TLT Liaison to explore how clickers might be integrated into your courses:
School of Health Professions - Sonny Painter, (913) 588-5532
School of Nursing - (913) 588-7107
School of Medicine - Nellie Modaress, (913) 588-7341
Additional online resources for this service:
- 7 Things You Should Know about Clickers
- How To Use Clickers Effectively (11-minute video)
- Clickers in the Large Classroom: Current Research and Best-Practice Tips
- iClickers Case Studies
For more information about this service, contact Teaching & Learning Technologies (TLT) at (913) 588-7107 or email@example.com.
May 23, 2013