interactive classrooms in college mini project and implimentation
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26-01-2010, 09:50 AM
Student-response Systems (SRS) are an evolving in-class-student-polling technology designed
to create an engaging and inviting learning environment that will maximize active learning,
especially in large-enrollment lectures. The stages of development of the SRS can be classified into :early homemade and commercial versions that were hard-wired into classrooms. The second generation versons incorporated infrared and radio-frequency wireless keypads. And the third generation used Web-based systems. This system is suitable for both traditional, face-to-face courses; more recently some of the brands are adaptable to online courses as well, using WebCt, Blackboard, etc The operation of student-response systems is a simple three-step process: 1) during classroom
discussion or lecture, the lecturer displays or verbalizes a question or problem which is previously prepared or spontaneously generated on the fly by the instructor or a student.
2) all students key in their answers using wireless handheld keypads or Web-based input devices.
3) responses are received, aggregated, and displayed on both the instructorâ„¢s computer monitor and an overheadproject and implimentationor
screen. student responses leads to further discussion and follow-up questions. This session can continue till the subject is thorough.
SRS Components and System Types
1) Student input devices: These devices fall into two types:
a) Inexpensive keypads (one-way transmitters or two-way transmitter/receivers) with unique
IDs to match specific students with their responses.
-Infrared (IR) keypads are one-way devices.
-Radio frequency (RF) keypads are two-way devices and have alphanumeric keypads suitable for questions requiring numeric answers.
b) More expensive and complex two-way Web-based computer devices constitute the
second class of student input devices.
a) Operating system software that has two functions to perform:
-Interactive activities during class: to generate prepared or spontaneous questions in the lecture.
-Class management activities after class: to record attendance and graded-question
Textbook-specific content software: ready-made chapter outlines, case studies, graphic images, tables and
figures etc are available in it.
3) A classroom project and implimentationion system:
for displaying questions and/or response distributions. .
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