Clickers in the classroom

Clickers in the classroom

Summary: Students returning to school this fall may have a new item on their list of supplies--a handheld clicker.

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    This student response system from the Interwrite division of GTCO CalComp uses the same technology as a TV remote control.

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    Another clicker made by eInstruction, a company in Denton, Texas. This one uses radio frequency to transmit responses and sells for around $12 at some student bookstores. The reciever for this particular device can gather up to 1,000 responses in seven seconds.

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