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  •   4. Peer discussion (individuals asked to defend their answer), At the beginning of a lecture: have students done the required preparation?
  • Turning Point also integrates into Blackboard, the University’s Virtual Learning Environment (eLat are currently testing and trailing the Powerlink). The benefit lies in sharing student achievement data (grades are added to the Gradebook and Participant lists drawn from integration with Campus Solution) between the student response system and the VLE. (Note: Turning Point also works effectively with a whiteboard.) When writing your questions, make sure your slides are clear and easy to read. Think about the students at the back of the class - will they be able to read your questions? Changing font sizes and removing unnecessary clutter from your slides will make your lecture run more smoothly.

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  • Turning Point Technology Introducing Personal Response Systems (PRS) into lectures. 08/14/09 For further information, please refer to the elearning intranet at http://intranet.mbs.ac.uk/elearning.aspx Marilena Aspioti, elearning team
  • Session Objectives
    • Turning Point intro, examples and use
    • Understanding the role for PRS in T&L Demonstration and hands on
    • Deployment and Practicalities
  • What is Turning Point?
    • PRS offer an alternate and highly interactive assessment method that supports feedback, communication and collaboration.
    • delivers quizzes and tests
    • collects responses in real time and creates detailed reports for analysis!
    • enables lecturers to record, collect feedback, track, analyse and share responses.
    • valuable measurement and evaluation tool
  • How does Turning Point work?
  • Benefits
    • Engage students in active learning
    • Give your audience a voice
    • Improve student participation, retention and motivation
    • Offer students formative feedback
    • Analyse, collect and store student responses
    • Check students understanding on the go
    • Evaluate learning gains
    • Assess your students on the go
  • How can Turning Point be used?
    • Checking understanding of key concepts
    • To encourage peer discussion
    • To assess opinions and attitudes
    • At the beginning and end of a debate to assess any shifts in opinion
    • Gathering critical feedback and insights
    • Assess Individual / Groups learning
    • In class assessments (formal or informal)
    • Debate sessions
    • Revision sessions
    • Ad hoc voting
    • Facilitating group discussions
    • Gaining consensus from any given audience
    • Student/staff /course evaluations
  • Variety of slides and question types…
    • Chart slides: chart shows the results of the audience's choices for each answer. (vertical, horizontal, pie, etc)
    • Competition slides: team assignments, participant/team leader board, fastest responders
    • Template slides: True/False, Yes/No, generic
    • Ice breaker slides: analogy, word scramble
    • Likert Slides : used for a statement with a response of varying levels of agreement or disagreement, to gather opinions / views / feedback.
  • Adding interactive objects:
    • Countdown Timers with audio
    • Response counter
    • Response tables
    • Fastest responders
    • Correct answer indicators
    • Statistics indicators
    • Slide transitions, effects, animations
  • Adding interactivity
    • Assign pictures as answers in place of text (convert to picture slide)
    • Include short video clips and set out a question based on that
    • Listen to an audio clip and answer a question
    • Look at an image and answer type of question.
    • Include mathematic type questions
  • Turning Point features
      • Integrates 100% with PowerPoint
      • All functionality available through the TP toolbar.
      • Supports anonymous assessment
      • Supports Participant Lists
      • Assign point values
      • Blackboard Powerlink
      • Example of questions for use in the F2F training sessions follow.
      • Note: Respondents are identified by name!
      • The questions serve as useful examples in demonstrating a variety of question types.
  • CLICKER INFORMATION
    • Do NOT press the “GO” or “?” keys at any time
    • A green light on your keypad will indicate your answer has been registered
    • You do not need to point the keypad at anything, just press your answer
    • If you wish to change your mind, just press a different number, only your last answer will be recorded for each question
  • Have you used a PRS system before?
    • Yes
    • No
  • I think Blackboard is a great tool
    • Strongly Agree
    • Agree
    • Neutral
    • Disagree
    • Strongly Disagree
  • Which is the highest grossing movie of all time?
    • Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone
    • ET
    • Titanic
    • Lord of the Rings
    Prove It!
  • Analogy example  apple : core :: peach :
    • Peel
    • Skin
    • Pit
    • Stem
    Answer Now
  • Which country won euro 2004 ?
    • France
    • Greece
    • Italy
    • Spain
    6
  • Fastest Responders (in seconds)
  • Which of the following is a ‘warning sign’ ?
    • Mandatory
    • Warning
    • Information
    • prohibition
    1. 2. 3. 4. 10 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30
  • What is the number that is 5 more than the number which is one-fifth of one-fifth of a half of 1050?
    • 21
    • 12
    • 26
    • 102
    • 0.9
    1050 ÷ 2 = 525 525 ÷ 5 = 105 105 ÷ 5 = 21 21 + 5 = 26 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30
  • Word scramble example: E_E_R_I_G
    • L N N A
    • I Z G H
    • Z K B E
    • U T B L
    10
  • Pay Attention – Awareness test (Watch the video)
    • 10
    • 13
    • 14
    • 15
    0 of 30
  • Fastest Responders (in seconds)
  • The moon orbits the sun
    • True
    • False
    0 of 30 5
  • Would you use Turning Point?
    • Strongly Agree
    • Agree
    • Disagree
    • Strongly Disagree
  • Participant Scores
  • Demonstration
    • Toolbar Overview
    • Insert slide
    • Insert Objects
    • Participant List
    • Save Sessions data
    • Reports
  • Conclusion
    • PRS
      • Potentially powerful tool
      • Ends ‘passivity’ in lectures
      • Provides testing opportunities
      • Some downside in deployment and appropriateness for certain subject/topics
      • To look into ResponseWare : allows students to respond using a wifi or data connection (Mobile phones, laptops, browser based, Iphone, smartphones,)
  • Accessible to all students
    • Print out handouts?
    • Read out the question and possible answers or include audio narration
    • Avoid complex colour schemes and animations
    • Use a clear font
    • To ensure readability, don’t include too many possible answers on a slide
    • Don’t include too much text on the slides
  • Turning Point Anywhere
    • TP Anywhere allows a presenter to poll an audience and immediately display the results, keeping the audience engaged by displaying their input.
    • Allows the user to open/close polling at any time, regardless of what program is being used as a response topic
    • Displays the graph depicting the audience feedback