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Stephanie Chasteen




Webinar, “Make Clickers Work for You”: A powerful tool for instruction & formative assessment in K12 classrooms

posted: March 14, 2012 by

hand-on-clickerOn Thursday, the Transforming Education through Technology (THE) Journal is hosting a webinar (supported by i>clicker) on the effective use of clickers in K12 classrooms.

  • When:  12:00 pm Pacific Time / 3pm Eastern Time
  • Date:  Thursday, March 15th
  • Registration:  Link here

Classroom response systems (“clickers”) offer a powerful way to increase student engagement by going beyond simple quizzes. They provide an opportunity for peer instruction as students discuss challenging conceptual questions with their classmates, giving teachers and students an opportunity to get real-time feedback on student understanding through these conversations and the histogram created by student voting.

Clickers enable more interaction between students and faculty in classroom learning situations. Instructors use this type of response system to present questions interspersed throughout a presentation, receiving immediate feedback about student skills and knowledge. Clickers may also be used for attendance, quizzes, labs, group activities, and more.

Join this webinar on March 15th to hear how the University of Colorado at Boulder utilized i>clicker remotes to:

  • quickly and easily collect instant feedback
  • encourage interactive classroom engagement to increase understanding
  • differentiate instruction to address diverse needs


Handouts and slides

For those of you joining the webinar, you may want to download the:

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One Response to “Webinar, “Make Clickers Work for You”: A powerful tool for instruction & formative assessment in K12 classrooms”

  1. St. Catherines University Says:

    Thanks for your information about using clickers as a formative assessment tool.

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