Clickers are small, handheld devices that students use to answer questions. They are used in the classroom to increase engagement during lectures, conduct quizzes or surveys, and for a host of other activities.
Clickers are used with software that facilitates the creation of questions, presentations and response data reports.
- How to Acquire and Return Your Clicker
- How to Use a Clicker in Class
- How to Take a Test with a Clicker
- Getting Started Use TurningPoint within PowerPoint to create questions
- Importing a Class Roster in Turning Point. Import a roster that can be used in TurningPoint to associate student information with their responses.
- Reporting Scores in Turning Point and Uploading to D2L Generate a basic report that displays total point values and upload the report into the D2L grade book
- Testing with Turning Key Create answer keys, import class rosters, administer exams, and manage exam data.
- TurningPoint Anywhere Poll students outside of PowerPoint or on a Mac
- Downloads Software for instructors
- Best Practices: Recommendations from the LTC as well as links to resources from the UW-System Clicker Project, Educause, other institutions and scholarly journals.
- Archive of the UWGB Clicker Evaluation A detailed matrix of criteria we used to evaluate the three clicker vendors, as well as a pro/con list.
- Brown Bag Recap On Friday, March 28, 2008 the LTC and the instructors who participated in the pilot semester, in conjunction with the Instructional Development Council, facilitated a “brown bag” presentation about clickers.
- Advanced Clicker Workshop Video LTC student employee and Turning Technologies intern, Nathan Carlton demonstrates advanced features of TurningPoint, including Team Slides, Results Manager, and more.
The University of Wisconsin Green Bay supports Turning Technologies’ TurningPoint software and NXT Response Pad clickers. Visit the company website at www.turningtechnologies.com.