Are you interesting in using a student response system (clickers) in your classroom?
A student response system, commonly called a "clicker," is a wireless device used to conduct interactive polls during face-to-face classroom instruction. Students use the handheld clicker device to respond to instructor questions. Instructors are able to gather immediate feedback from classroom participants related to their understanding of course content, track individual student learning at the point of instruction, and track participation/attendance. Clickers encourage interactive class participation as well as dynamic discussions.
Through past evaluations, TurningPoint was chosen to be the standardized student response system (clicker) at Clarion University based on functionality and ease of use. For more information on TurningPoint, see: http://www.turningtechnologies.com/