Using “Clickers”
For Instant Feedback
       Robin Brekke
       Technology Education Coordinator
Rate Your Knowledge of Using SRS
            (Clickers)
 A.   None
 B.   Little
 C.   Some
 D.   A Lot
Student Response Systems
Examples of Interactive Slides
 Ready?
C_C_O_E_

1.   YSLN
2.   RXFC
3.   GNHS
4.   KNVK

                         0%        0%       0%       0%

              ...
What type of vehicle do you drive?
      1. Truck
 0%
      2. SUV
 0%
      3. 4 door sedan
 0%
      4. 2 door sedan
 0%...
Rate your knowledge of SRS “Best Practices”



   1.   None
   2.   Little
   3.   Some
   4.   A lot
Are we having fun yet?
1. Yes
             10
2. No
3. Abstain
Which of these was not a name of ISU?
1. Iowa Agricultural College
                                                       ...
Hardware & Software
          •   Computer
          •   Response devices/cards
          •   USB receiver
          •   S...
When To Use Them
•   Ice breakers
•   Review prior material
•   Opinion polling
•   Group activities
•   Gather informatio...
Examples in Extension
• 4-H FSQA
$100 $100 $100 $100     $100 $100

       $200 $200 $200   $200   $200
$200

$300 $300 $300   $300   $300 $300

$400 $400 ...
As a general rule,
           1 - 100
           2-100




  vaccines and certain
  antibiotics need to be
   refrigerated...
As a general rule, vaccines and certain antibiotics
        need to be refrigerated at what temperature?

        20 – 30 ...
Examples in Extension
• 4-H FSQA (Jeopardy style format)
• Technology Conference (feedback)
• Financial workshops (opening...
Creating Interactive Slides
• New or existing presentations
• 3 parts: question, answer (pictures too),
  graph/chart
• Ob...
Restricted Uses
Faculty use SRS to track attendance and assign grades.
However, Extension’s use is more restrictive.
• Do ...
Rate Your Knowledge of Using SRS
            (Clickers)
 A.   None
 B.   Little
 C.   Some
 D.   A Lot
How excited are you about using SRS?
 A.   Very Excited
 B.   Excited
 C.   Neutral
 D.   Not Excited
 E.   HELP!!!
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Using Clickers For Instant Feedback Robin Brekke

  1. 1. Using “Clickers” For Instant Feedback Robin Brekke Technology Education Coordinator
  2. 2. Rate Your Knowledge of Using SRS (Clickers) A. None B. Little C. Some D. A Lot
  3. 3. Student Response Systems
  4. 4. Examples of Interactive Slides Ready?
  5. 5. C_C_O_E_ 1. YSLN 2. RXFC 3. GNHS 4. KNVK 0% 0% 0% 0% FC K N S H V SL X N N R Y G K
  6. 6. What type of vehicle do you drive? 1. Truck 0% 2. SUV 0% 3. 4 door sedan 0% 4. 2 door sedan 0% 5. Station wagon 0%
  7. 7. Rate your knowledge of SRS “Best Practices” 1. None 2. Little 3. Some 4. A lot
  8. 8. Are we having fun yet? 1. Yes 10 2. No 3. Abstain
  9. 9. Which of these was not a name of ISU? 1. Iowa Agricultural College 33% and Model Farm 2. Iowa State College of 27% Agricultural and 20% 20% Mechanic Arts 3. Iowa College of Agriculture and Sciences 4. Iowa State University of Science and Technology ... .. . ... l.. . ic ity of Co gr rs e A ve l g ra le of i ltu Un l Co ge u e le ic e at gr ol at St St C A a a a a w w w w Io Io Io Io
  10. 10. Hardware & Software • Computer • Response devices/cards • USB receiver • Software – PPT on PC’s & Mac’s – SRS software Kit shown (30 clickers, 2 receivers, ~$1,100)
  11. 11. When To Use Them • Ice breakers • Review prior material • Opinion polling • Group activities • Gather information • Check for understanding • Discussion generators • Feedback • Before & after comparisons
  12. 12. Examples in Extension • 4-H FSQA
  13. 13. $100 $100 $100 $100 $100 $100 $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $300 $300 $300 $300 $300 $300 $400 $400 $400 $400 $400 $400 $500 $500 $500 $500 $500 $500
  14. 14. As a general rule, 1 - 100 2-100 vaccines and certain antibiotics need to be refrigerated at what temperature? $100
  15. 15. As a general rule, vaccines and certain antibiotics need to be refrigerated at what temperature? 20 – 30 degrees F a. 30 – 40 degrees F b. 40 – 45 degrees F c. 45 – 50 degrees F d. Reference: Quality Assurance, Level III page 26 $100
  16. 16. Examples in Extension • 4-H FSQA (Jeopardy style format) • Technology Conference (feedback) • Financial workshops (opening questions) • Non-credit workshops & short courses (before & after comparisons) • Pork Quality Assurance Plus (generate discussion) • Judging photography entries
  17. 17. Creating Interactive Slides • New or existing presentations • 3 parts: question, answer (pictures too), graph/chart • Objects: answer now, countdown timer, correct answer indicator • 4 types: chart, competition, templates, special slides • Teach students how to use Clickers • Reports in Excel
  18. 18. Restricted Uses Faculty use SRS to track attendance and assign grades. However, Extension’s use is more restrictive. • Do not keep participant lists with personal or demographic information • Do not tie SRS devices to individuals • Do not track individual responses for the purposes of scoring or testing Avoid Human Subjects compliance issues…
  19. 19. Rate Your Knowledge of Using SRS (Clickers) A. None B. Little C. Some D. A Lot
  20. 20. How excited are you about using SRS? A. Very Excited B. Excited C. Neutral D. Not Excited E. HELP!!!
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