Engage your students all at once with classroom response systems
An interactive tool used to create engagement in classes is with an audience response system (ARS). Also known as clickers, personal response systems or classroom response systems, audience response systems use a combination of software and hardware for quick student feedback in the form of a quiz, survey, game or poll. Immediate feedback is provided when students push a button on their remote. For teachers, this type of educational technology helps gauge the level of understanding over what is being presented, prompts discussions from the feedback received, take attendance, plus so much more. For students, anonymous responses can increase risk-taking, especially when they are sure of the correct answer, and be active participants during class in a fun way. Choose from audience response systems with up to 32 student remotes.