ClickerSchool Virtual Clicker is an interactive response system used by instructors in classrooms or meetings for polling audiences with mobile devices. Enjoy a modern world experience by connecting using iPads, iPhones, iPod Touches, smart phones, laptops, or any web-enabled device. This is your low-cost solution with no need to purchase and install software, response devices, and receivers - only an Internet connection!
●Over 180,000 questions available, or the power to create your own
●52 subject libraries (Grades 3-12, including AP subjects)
●Answers available in multiple choice, true/false, or free response
●Instant reports give immediate feedback
●Easy to use gradebook includes item analysis and category reporting
●Teachers can email results to students
●Unlimited connections to support large groups/classrooms
●Devices can connect via WiFi or 3G.
●Students can participate with any Internet-enabled device
●Chat feature allows instant communication between the presenter and participants
●Quick Poll Activity: No setup required!
●Live Poll: Live Polling offers instant feedback and analysis on screen.
●EduRace: Dynamic animated visuals and light hearted competition with high speed racing.
●Tug of War: Build teamwork with Tug Of War, a must-have classroom experience.
●Hard Copy Testing: Students receive on-screen feedback for answered, flagged, and current questions.
ClickerSchool Virtual Clicker is a free Application to accompany ClickerSchool.com. A subscription for ClickerSchool.com is required and available for as low as $0.99 per student/semester.
To get started, register for an account at www.ClickerSchool.com.
Eduware Inc. was founded in 1994 by Bill Stevens, a teacher of High School Biology, Chemistry, and Physics. Bill envisioned a software company that would be fueled by teachers for teachers. For more information on Eduware and their products, visit http://www.eduware.com/.
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