Classroom Performance System (CPS). Lori Oren, EdS candidate Diffusion and Integration of Technology in Education, EDUC 7101/8841 Walden University Dec. 31, 2009, version 1. Abstract.
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Lori Oren, EdS candidate
Diffusion and Integration of Technology in Education, EDUC 7101/8841
Dec. 31, 2009, version 1
The CPS system by eInstruction is a highly beneficial technology which engages students, while instantly assessing learning.
The data from CPS provides:
CPS data can also be used:
The research study by Boscardin, Crawford, Masyn & Penuel (2007) is representative of Roger’s (2004) consequences of innovation diffusion research. The authors (Boscardin, Crawford, Masyn, & Penuel (2007) identify the users of CPS as:
The research therefore, fully examines the nature and use of the CPS systems. The research conducted here has implications for classroom learning, achievement, engagement, and teacher improvement.
CPS by eInstruction
Multiple vendors manufacture and sell classroom performance systems, or audience participation systems, for business use.
Boscardin, C., Crawford, V., Masyn, K., & Penuel, W. (2007, August). Teaching with student response systems in elementary and secondary education settings: a survey study. Educational Technology Research and Development. 55(4) 315-346. Retrieved from http://web.ebscohost.com.ezp.waldenulibrary.org/ehost/pdf?vid=15&hid=106&sid=d1a2ac71-ed15-4acf-80fe-b58d49b642c3%40sessionmgr113
CPS. (2009). eInstruction, Inc. Retrieved from http://www.einstruction.com
Rogers, E. M. (2003). Diffusion of innovations (5th ed.). New York: Free Press