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2 Clickers: A Touch of Class

3 Clickers: What are They? Clickers are Personal Response Systems that provide instructors with instant feedback from informal quizzes and polls. Student reply anonymous and the results are recorded to show the distribution of right and wrong answers. Similar to polling an audience in Who Wants to be a Millionaire?

4 Clickers: Enable Faculty to… Create a comfortable environment in which all students can participateeven shy students; Increase student interaction, especially in large lecture halls; Determine if students are understanding the material; Accurately track student attendance and participation.

5 Clickers: Enable Students to… Feel comfortable about answering questions in large classes because their responses are anonymous; Collaborate to form a response; Compare their level of understanding with that of their peers; Explore concepts in a fun and interactive way. Are you ready to have some fun?

6 Click here for Final Jeopardy $100 $200 $300 $100 $200 $300 $100 $300 $200

7 How to Play CID Jeopardy: Choose players or groups. (Individuals or Teams can play.) Use clickers for teams to indicate their answers. Player #1 or Team #1 goes first by choosing a category and dollar value. (They do not have to start with lowest values.) Instructor needs to engage and then reads the answer. Instructors clicks the start button, and all teams/individuals respond. When the timer runs out or when the instructor ends the question, View the chart and generate discussion. Disengage the question and click the game board button to return to the gameboard and complete more squares. Select the Final Jeopardy button when all game squares are completed.

8 The CID logo was designed by someone from this VCC department/program… A. Media Services B. Marketing C. Digital Graphics Design D. CID staff A100 Return to Game Board

9 A. $100 B. $250 C. $400 D. $550 The logo cost CID this amount of money for which they retain all rights… A200 Return to Game Board

10 A. Infinity B. Subset of a Union of 2 Sets C. Sum/Sigma D. Intersection of 2 Sets The logo was inspired by this scientific/ mathematical symbol… A300 Return to Game Board

11 Moodle belongs to this CID pillar… A. Online Learning B. Learning Management Systems C. Distributed Learning D. eLearning B100 Return to Game Board

12 A. Instructional Development B. Contract Development C. Distributed Learning D. Study of Teaching and Learning E. Program Renewal and Review This is not one of the 5 CID pillars… B200 Return to Game Board

13 The members of the VCC community to which Instructional Development applies… A. Faculty B. Administrators C. CUPE staff D. All of the above B300 Return to Game Board

14 Moodle enquiries should be sent to this address… A. cid.vcc.ca B. C. D. C100 Return to Game Board

15 If youre trying to build curriculum, which of the following can an IA not do for you…. A. Chairing (meetings) B. Collaborating C. Consulting D. Constructing C200 Return to Game Board

16 The Broadway office room number is… A B. 5042a C. 5045b D C300 Return to Game Board

17 The Final Jeopardy Category is: CID Potpourri Click Here When Ready

18 This pillar is the one you wish to learn more about… Final Jeopardy Click to go to Last Slide A. Instructional Development B. Curriculum Development C. Distributed Learning D. Study of Teaching and Learning E. Program Renewal and Review

19 To learn more about clickers, please visit our website: To book a training, please contact


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