Student Response Systems Workshop
East Irondequoit Professional Development Workshop
August 24, 2011
Candace R. Black
candace_black@eastiron.monroe.edu



What are "Student Response Systems"?
Student Response Systems (a.k.a. classroom responses systems) are interactive devices similar to those used on TV and game shows in which the audience (in this case a class of students) keys in their answers to a question or prompt. Such devices can be used in the classroom setting to ask objective and subjective questions in the context of warm-ups, closures, formal or informal assessments, and review activities.

This workshop as well as the Advanced Student Response Systems workshop is offered regularly at the East Irondequoit School District through the Professional Development Office. Materials including the workshop handout and accompanying PowerPoint presentation can be downloaded from this wiki. Permission to use these materials is given to workshop participants only and those outside the district wishing to learn more about this technology.

Please feel free to email me with any questions or suggestions for improvements to the handouts or the site. Thank you!

Email: Candace_black@eastiron.monroe.edu or candacerblack@gmail.com


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