A Classroom Response System (CRP) is a technology for electronically collecting and analyzing student responses to questions posed in the classroom, in real time.
Instructors can use the various classroom response systems to take attendance in their classrooms. Asking students a simple question like, “Are you here today?”
Instructors can use CRPs to pose a question(s) as the class is getting ready to begin. Answers and results can be shown in real time. Instructors can then discuss the results with the class and have students provide feedback on why they chose a particular answer.
- Aditi Mukherjee (University of Florida): In Class Quizzing with Socrative (.pdf)
- Gail Kauwell and Nicole Gerlach (University of Florida): Response Systems (.pdf)
- Thomas Knight (University of Florida): Tips, Tools, and Timesavers (.pdf)
- Center for Teaching Innovation (Cornell University): Teaching With Technology Classroom Response Systems
- Center for Teaching (Vanderbilt University): Classroom Response Systems “Clickers”
- Norman Douglas, Micah Jenkins, Diba Mani, Megan Mocko & Martina Sumner (University of Florida): Incorporating Student Response Systems in Large Enrollment Classes
- Dianne Conrad (2008): Building Knowledge Through Portfolio Learning in Prior Learning Assessment and Recognition
- Lorrie Shepard (2000): The Role of Classroom Assessment in Teaching and Learning