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Wilmington University’s . Student Response System “Clickers”. Student Response System “Clickers”. Technology used for polling, surveying RF Technology Up to 82 Channels can be used at once in close proximity Transmission range is @200’ Supports 1000 participants per receiver

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wilmington university s

Wilmington University’s

Student Response System“Clickers”

student response system clickers

Student Response System“Clickers”

  • Technology used for polling, surveying
  • RF Technology
  • Up to 82 Channels can be used at once in close proximity
  • Transmission range is @200’
  • Supports 1000 participants per receiver
  • Default Channel ID = 41
  • USB Receiver
  • Students may change their mind, simply press another button before polling closes
why should i implement the student response system in my course
Why Should I Implement theStudent Response System in My Course?
  • Active participation
  • Offers instant feedback
  • Promotes positive reinforcement through drilling course content
  • Offers a change of pace during class time
use of clickers promote active participation
Use of Clickers Promote Active Participation
  • Ice Breakers
  • Voting
  • Review
  • Opinion Polls/Discussion Starters
  • Problem Solving/Peer Interaction
  • Assessment
how do i get started
How Do I Get Started?
  • Download the TurningPoint Software from the website and Install: http://www.turningtechnologies.com/responsesystemsupport/downloads/

One Download, One Dashboard

  • TurningPoint
    • Requires PowerPoint
    • Open up TurningPoint software first
    • Then, open your .ppt file
  • TurningPoint Anywhere
    • Poll on top of any window
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Download Options

Install Your Version, Mac or PC

One Download, One Dashboard

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Learn the Tools in

TurningPoint PPT

  • Toolbar
  • Share 9 Steps to Success
  • Create Questions
  • Tools and Settings
create the questions turning point in ppt
Create the QuestionsTurning Point in PPT
  • Select New, Choose a question type
  • Type in your question
  • Type in answer choices
  • Click outside the text box
  • Mark correct answers as needed
  • Add optional timer
  • “File, Save As” the PPT
  • To poll, make sure the receiver is plugged in before launching software
run ppt polling
Run PPT Polling
  • Have the receiver plugged in
  • Open up TurningPoint
  • Open up the PPT
  • Run in Slide Show view
    • Polling show bar opens on polling slides
    • Advance to see close polling
    • Advance to see Chart
    • Advance to see Correct Answer Indicators and other objects
troubleshoot polling
Troubleshoot Polling
  • Another classroom in the same range at same time?
    • Reset the Receiver Channel ID – use the Dashboard Receiver icon and change the channel ID different from 41
    • Then change all ResponseCards “Clickers”
    • Go/Ch/Channel button, Press the new channel number, and then press the Go.Ch/Channel button again
  • Test the Clickers
    • On the ResponseCard RF press Ch/GO/Channel
    • (Channel number, default number is 41)
    • Press Ch/GO
    • A green light will display
  • Test the Clickers
    • Click the Receiver icon
    • Click on the Connections link
    • Click on the “Test” button
    • Students can then press any key on their response device.
    • TurningPointdisplays the Device ID, Channel, and the key entry from each response device in the order in which they were tested.
    • Have students check if their ID displays on the screen.
    • Click Close on the Polling Test window.
    • Click Close on the Preference Window.
    • The device communication check is now complete.
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TurningPointAnywhere

  • Set up Hardware
    • 9 Steps to Success
    • Polling Environments
  • Poll with verbal questioning
    • Poll on the fly
  • Poll with a question List
    • Create your questions under the Content Tab
    • Or select content already created
  • Poll on top of any application
    • Select your content, .PDF file, Word Document
running turningpoint anywhere
Running TurningPointAnywhere
  • Start Polling – Click the Start button on the floating showbar
  • End Polling – Click the Stop button on the floating showbar
  • (Optional) Set Chart as correct
    • Right click on the bar and select menu item, left click and select “Mark Answer as Correct”
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  • Choice Two - Saturday
  • Choice Three - Sunday
  • Choice Four - Monday
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Priority Ranking SlideRank your top two choices on how to assess a patient’s health.
  • Ask Questions
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  • Look at their feet
  • Look at their hair
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Multiple ChoiceChoose your favorite vacation spot.
  • The Beach
  • Mountains
  • Museums
  • Historical Places
  • Home

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Immediate Feedback Slide Insert Slide: Icebreaker\Word ScrambleB_N_N_ _A_E
  • A A A C K
  • W U O K E
  • R O E A G
  • E D L A O

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Sample of “Convert to Picture Slide”Dover is the capital of what state?

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  • Maryland
  • Delaware
  • Pennsylvania
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lickert what is your opinion i am comfortable using new technology in my classes
Lickert :What is your opinion?I am comfortable using new technology in my classes.
  • Strongly Agree
  • Agree
  • Neutral
  • Disagree
  • Strongly Disagree
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  • Interphase
  • Mitosis
  • Prophase
  • Metaphase
  • Telophase
  • Anaphase
  • Cytokinesis
multiple choice
Multiple Choice
  • College of Arts and Sciences
  • College of Education
  • College of Health Professions
  • College of Business
  • College of Technology
  • College of Social and Behavioral Sciences
  • DTCC
  • K-12 Teacher

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Multiple Choice… This is how to do a short answer using our RF clickersThe activities in my course are primarily ________________?
  • Lecture
  • Group Discussion
  • Interactive (Discussion, Movies, Role Play, Collaboration, Simulations)
teaching with clickers
Teaching with Clickers
  • Present questions before instruction ---Repeat after instruction
  • Change the delivery… talk a few minutes and then ask a question…. Poll again
  • Find misconceptions to discuss
  • See how students are responding to open ended questions ..gather questions/answers from previous student work
  • One clicker per group – promote peer instruction and discussion
assessment stages objectives
Assessment Stages & Objectives

To assess student learning, use student clicker responses at the beginning, middle, or end of the learning process.  

  • Pre-Assessments Questioning Strategies
    • Occurs at the beginning of a semester, topic, or classroom session.
    • Helps you to determine what students already know and identify any student misconceptions.
  • Mid-Topic Assessments Questioning Strategies
    • Occurs at the middle of a topic or lecture
    • Helps you determine if the students understand a principle, term, or concept
    • Helps you discover if a student can apply a concept in a real-world scenario
    • Helps you determine if their ideas are changing
  • Post-Assessments Questioning Strategies
    • Occurs at the end of a topic, lecture, or semester
    • Helps you determine the students’ overall conceptual structure
    • Helps you determine if the students can synthesize concepts and principles to solve problems
    • Again, helps you determine if their ideas are changing
    • Each stage focuses on the different cognitive levels of student understanding ranging from knowledge comprehension to application to synthesis.

As taken from http://www2.nau.edu/~d-elearn/support/tutorials/clickers/designingQuestions.php

how do i sign out the clickers at wilmu
How Do I Sign-Out the Clickers at WilmU?
  • Student Response System Information

http://www.wilmu.edu/avsupport/clickers.aspx

  • Use the link on the University’s webpage http://www.wilmu.edu/avsupport/reservation.aspx
references
References
  • elc-help@nau.edu. (NA). Designing clicker questions that promote classroom discussion. Retrieved from http://www2.nau.edu/~d-elearn/support/tutorials/clickers/designingQuestions
  • Office of the CIO , O. S. (2012). Designing good questions. Retrieved from https://ocio.osu.edu/elearning/toolbox/depth/clickers/teaching-with-clickers/designing-good-questions/
  • Product guides & manuals. (2010). Retrieved from http://www.turningtechnologies.com/responsesystemsupport/productguidesmanuals/
  • Radosevich, D. (2008, September 30). Using student response systems to increase motivation, learning, and knowledge. Retrieved from http://www.innovateonline.info/pdf/vol5_issue1/Using_Student_Response_Systems_to_Increase_Motivation,_Learning,_and_Knowledge_Retention.pdf
  • Seiferth, M. (1997, September 16). Socratic teaching. Retrieved from http://lonestar.texas.net/~mseifert/crit3.html
  • Wilson, T. (2010, September 13). High-tech gadget transforming college teaching and learning. Retrieved from http://www.philly.com/inquirer/front_page/20100913_High-tech_gadget_transforming_college_teaching_-_and_learning.html?viewAll=y
thanks for attending our clicker workshop
Thanks for Attending Our Clicker Workshop!

dean.s.davis@wilmu.edu

barb.d.danley@wilmu.edu

adam.c.voyton@wilmu.edu

marybeth.-.youse@wilmu.edu