Get Students Involved

i>clicker is a flexible, easy-to-use student response system that allows teachers and students to make real-time decisions about academic progress.

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Teachers ask questions through any presentation application

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Students answer questions with a remote or smart device

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Teachers display results in real-time and
record responses

POWERED BY FLEXIBILITY

Students use simple, intuitive i>clicker handheld remotes or a smart device to respond to questions.

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Remotes

Simple remotes allow students to answer questions with confidence.

Smart Devices

Laptops, tablets, and smartphones can be turned into dynamic response devices that function just like remotes.

Hybrid

In the same classroom, teachers can standardize with one remote or take a blended approach of mixed mobile and conventional remotes.

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MAKE LEARNING FORMATIVE AND FUN

Quickly and easily monitor concept mastery, collect instant feedback, conduct test prep, differentiate instruction, address special needs, and make class interactive!

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Use Easy Features

Use i>clicker for test prep, multiple choice testing, self-paced polling, collecting a previous night’s homework answers, use on-the-fly questions, lab results and more.

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Evaluate

Compare results and troubleshoot areas of concern in terms of comprehension while assessing students formatively throughout the school year.

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Elevate Engagement

Help students avoid the embarrassment of getting an answer wrong and encourage them to engage and become excited. i>clicker gives every student a voice!

I am amazed by how effectively I am able to engage students in the mathematical practices of the Common Core by having them listen to and critique their classmates responses to an i>clicker question in addition to defending their own answers. They are thinking critically and creating viable arguments.

Elisabeth Jaffe, Baruch College Campus High School
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