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Student response systems

27 February 2013

Inger-Marie F. Christensen

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Student response systems Internal course, 27 February 2013
E-learning consultant, Inger-Marie F. Christensen, SDU Student response systems - how does it work?
The student and teacher perspectives
Introduction to:
Hands-on exercises An overview Teacher prepares questions before class or on the fly
Teacher poses questions during lesson
Students vote via computer or mobile device
Collaboration / dicussions between students enhance the learning process
Teacher evaluates results and runs through correct and wrong answers
Teacher decides how to proceed with the lesson
Good wireless internet connection is needed Student response systems - how does it work? Prepare questions beforehand
Create session and activation code online in advance
On the day
Start up computer and projector as usual
Open PowerPoint and go to the Shakespeak tab
Start session
Start slideshow
Students can vote
Are displayed on the following slide Introduction to Shakespeak
www.shakespeak.com Online service
Free with up to 40 students
Create an account
Create polls – one poll = one question
Questions can be grouped into "sessions"
Run your quiz online or integrate with PP or Keynote
Advanced options with a license Introduction to Poll Everywhere
www.polleverywhere.com Hands-on exercises Create a quiz using one of the systems presented today

Run your quiz and get answers from the other participants Learn more: Bruff, D. Clickers and Classroom Dynamics. NEA, National Education Association. Retrieved on 7 January 2013 from http://www.nea.org/home/34690.htm
Hall et al. (2005). A Student Response System for Increasing Engagement, Motivation and Learning in High Enrollment Lectures. AMCIS 2005 Proceedings. Paper 255. Retrieved on 7 January 2013 from http://lite.mst.edu/media/research/ctel/documents/hall_et_al_srs_amcis_proceedings.pdf
Hist Trondheim. Methodological guidelines for practical testing of SRS. Retrieved on 7 January 2013 from http://histproject.no/node/121
Vicens, Q. (2013). Building students' knowledge one click at a time. In Læring og Medier (LOM), Årgang 6, No. 10. Retrieved on February 26, 2013 from
Lasry, N., Mazur, E., Watkins, J. (2008). Peer instruction: From Harvard to the two-year college. In American Journal of Physics 76, 1066 (2008). Retrieved on January 7 2013 from http://ajp.aapt.org/resource/1/ajpias/v76/i11/p1066_s1
Newsletter from the E-learning Unit, SDU, September 2012 on Shakespeak: https://e-learn.sdu.dk/bbcswebdav/courses/E-learn_Support_Center/Nyhedsbrev/NyhedsbrevSeptember2012.pdf - a presentation of Socrative, Polleverywhere and Shakespeak The student perspective Possibility to vote in various ways
SMS, Twitter and web page
Avoid participation barriers
How will your students vote?
Student user interface
Full answer options
Only letters or numbers
Anonymous or named responses Full answer options Letters The teacher perspective Userfriendliness
Prepare in advance or on the spot?
Stand-alone or integrated with PowerPoint?
What is "easy to use" from your point of view? Easy to use Variety of question types Results and reports Multiple choice/answer
Yes/No, True/False
Text answers Visibility of results to students
Display alternatives (numbers, percent, charts)
Posibility to save answers
Reports Other factors? Easy to use Variety of question types Results and reports Introduction to Socrative
www.socrative.com Go to m.socrative.com
Log in to room number 484700
Answer the questions Max. 50 students per activity
Netbased system
Students vote via web browser
Teacher and students log into joint room Details Activities Single question
Teacher poses question orally, via PP or the like
Students get answer options A-E
Pre-made quizzes - students get full answer options
Space race - teams of students compete against each other
Exit ticket with standard questions
Possibility to download reports with students names and results Multiple choice
Short text answer
Possibility to vote on incoming answers!
Let's try it out
Results displayed as bar charts Question types Take a Socrative quiz Install and use with PowerPoint
New Shakespeak tab
Unlimited number of students with SDU account
Run credit session
Free session: 20 students can participate
Question types
Multiple choice & answer
Text answer Details How to run a quiz Students and answers Vote via computer or mobile device
SMS (text message) to Danish phone number
Web page
Anonymous voting
Answers can be saved in separate reports
Available in PP until cleared Question types
Multiple choice
Text answer
Students vote via
SMS (text message) no Danish number
Twitter Create your own Polleverywhere page to give students full answer options

Answers available until cleared Answer options Details Question types etc. Exit ticket Go to m.socrative.com
Log in to room number 484700
Answer the exit ticket questions
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