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Using Clickers For Instant Feedback Robin Brekke

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Robin Brekke, Iowa State University Extension

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  • 1. Using “Clickers” For Instant Feedback Robin Brekke Technology Education Coordinator
  • 2. Rate Your Knowledge of Using SRS (Clickers) A. None B. Little C. Some D. A Lot
  • 3. Student Response Systems
  • 4. Examples of Interactive Slides Ready?
  • 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. 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. Rate your knowledge of SRS “Best Practices” 1. None 2. Little 3. Some 4. A lot
  • 8. Are we having fun yet? 1. Yes 10 2. No 3. Abstain
  • 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. 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. 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. Examples in Extension • 4-H FSQA
  • 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. As a general rule, 1 - 100 2-100 vaccines and certain antibiotics need to be refrigerated at what temperature? $100
  • 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. 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. 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. 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. Rate Your Knowledge of Using SRS (Clickers) A. None B. Little C. Some D. A Lot
  • 20. How excited are you about using SRS? A. Very Excited B. Excited C. Neutral D. Not Excited E. HELP!!!