i>Clickers in the Classrooms
|My i>Clicker Remote|
Instructors are using iClickers in classrooms to give out homework, exams, quizzes, and even take attendance. The iClicker remotes are linked with the iClicker Base receivers. My professors use their laptop to connect the iClicker Base and to display the questions on a projector for the students to see.
Students register their remotes once by through the iClicker website or their institution’s Learning Management System. The 8-character ID is located at the back of the clicker remote. I had to use this device my for Physics I and Physics II class.
|A screenshot took from my iPhone 5s|
I also downloaded the iClicker Go app to my iPhone. You don’t have to download the app. What’s cool about the REEF app is that it saves a screenshot of all the questions and answers to your device. After the course is added, you will have the ability to join its session. Each session is saved by number and date. You click on the session to view the screenshots.
I use the remote and the app just in case I forgot one of them at the house.
A six-month subscription (180 days) for the app is $9.99.