Learning Technology jottings at Goldsmiths

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Notes on our Interwrite Public Response System (PRS aka ‘clickers’)

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Goldsmiths has a public response system with something like (before my time) 200 handsets. It’s straightforward to set up and can be used to:

  • Keep students critically engaged throughout a lecture
  • Check students’ understanding at intervals (i.e. diagnostic formative assessment)
  • Poll opinion
  • Stimulate discussion

See it in action – 5 minute video from Strathclyde University, and more on the vendor’s site.

Written by Mira Vogel

June 16, 2009 at 17:29

Posted in teaching, technologies

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