Clickers are designed to help professors do their best work: spur group discussion with innovative questioning techniques. When used well, clickers—a.k.a. classroom response systems—get more students involved in class participation, instigate productive discussion, keep students engaged and reinvigorate teaching.
In this free guide you’ll learn how to effectively choose and use clickers in the classroom and gain tactical insights from professors who have put them to work to improve student outcomes.
This guide discusses the pros and cons of clickers, how to choose a classroom response system that’s best for your course or institution and demonstrates, by example, how top educators use clickers to improve students’ learning.