The two-credit graduate professional development credit course focuses on the world of Classroom Response Systems. These systems are great for quizzes, quick assessment of student understanding, and to keep students engaged in the lesson. Teachers also report that students sleep-less in class, have better attendance, better engagement and report that they enjoyed the lesson. This course covers the uses of different Classroom Response Systems, how to create and deploy the systems. All facets of the course focus on best practice instruction and research based approaches to teaching. All levels of technology experience are encouraged to take this course.
The purpose of the online course is for participants to gain knowledge in Classroom Response Systems aligned to best practices. Participants have teacher-friendly resources that directly link to specific resources. These web-based tools will enhance student engagement for the 21st Century classroom.
- Explain a Student Response System
- Understand the SAMR model
- Create a Student Response lesson
- Analyze results
- Provide instant feedback
- Actively engage students
CEA_Classroom Response Systems and Instructional Strategies
Please refer to the Course Resource document above for more course information (requirements, grading, etc.)