Student Response Systems
Student Response Systems are used to promote active learning in classrooms. These systems allow groups of people to vote on a topic, take a survey or answer a question. The responses are tabulated and displayed back to the participants.
For Instructors: Best Practices
Research -- What does the literature say about clickers?
- Blasco - The Role of Interactivity
- Clicker Resource Guide - CWSEI
- CWSEI Videos: Excellent examples of how instructors use clickers
- Turn to your Neighbor || 6 Most Common Questions about using Peer Instruction || Peer Instruction Primer - Eric Mazur (Video)
- Response switching and self-efficacy in Peer Instruction classrooms -- Eric Mazur
- Clicker Best Practices
- Agile Teaching (Derek Bruff)
- Writing Effective Clicker Questions - including questions for each level of Bloom's Taxonomy
Student Responses System by Campus Labs (Recommended)
This tool is free for instructors and students. Provides three question formats, including "open ended" questions. Results are tabulated based on "tags' added to questions. This tool is simple, but effective; there is no connection between this system and the Bb grade center. Students will need a phone, laptop, tablet or computer to participate in your poll.
- Log into Campuslab at: morgan.campuslabs.com
- Log in with your Morgan user name and password
- Select Student Response System
Free Options for your Class!