i>clicker is a flexible and easy to use assessment and student response system that allows teachers and students to make real-time decisions about academic progress.
Our growing community of K-12 educators choose i>clicker because it allows them to quickly and easily monitor concept mastery, collect instant feedback, conduct test prep, differentiate instruction, address special needs and make class interactive!
i>Grader provides reports that allow educators to analyze an individual students’ or the entire class’ progress over time and groups students by academic ability.
The i>clicker software was designed to let teachers dynamically interact with students using PowerPoint or other presentation programs to pose questions to large or small groups.
Students use the simple, intuitive i>clicker handheld remotes or apps on their smart device to respond. Results are instantly displayed for viewing and aiding discussion.
An essential but invisible presentation tool, i>clicker increases student engagement and understanding, while providing real- time feedback, leading to a much richer presentation experience.
i>clicker's floating toolbar allows for teachers to ask questions in any application from sample standardized tests to PowerPoint slides to interactive white boards. Teachers never have to write or load questions into our software. Even ask questions on the fly in class!
Simply download the free software, create your course, pass out the clickers, and begin polling. i>clicker never requires any sort of log-in procedure and every question asked is automatically captured and saved for review. Register student remotes before class, in class, after class, or never at all!
Keep your students' learning experience front and center. The simple remote for i>clicker+ and i>clicker2 reduces the burden of technical difficulties and maximizes the benefits of learning with the technology. The plug-and-play solution allows educators to begin polling in minutes! Our mobile solution i>clickerGO allows students to participate in class with tablets, smartphones and laptops.
K-12 educators can view some best practices from our Interactive Learning Advocate Program (ILAP)