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Qwizdom: Clickers in the Classroom

Page history last edited by S.Brandt 11 years, 11 months ago

Presenter.. Shawn Brandt

Level......... Introduction

 

What is Qwizdom? The technical term for it is a Student Response System… more commonly known as “clickers.” Students respond to questions on a PowerPoint presentation using a remote control. The teacher receives instant feedback throughout the lesson to gauge student understanding. At its most basic level, Qwizdom can be used to survey student responses. But it can do more… collect assessment data, randomly select a student, ask a question “on the fly,” and play review games. Learn how to use these different capabilities of the system to help students become actively engaged. Participants are asked to bring curriculum materials to create a lesson that will utilize Qwizdom.

 

 


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 Outline

  • What are clickers?
  • How are they used in the classroom?
  • How do you do that?
  • What else can you do with clickers?
    • Review Games
    • Paper tests
    • Reports
  • How do you do that?
    • Worktime: Create a basic ActionPoint presentation

 

 

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