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Clickers (Student Response System)
The EduAsia adopts clickers (Student Response System), which are widely used in prestigious universities around the world.
Iclicker Student Response System is an efficient and engaging system currently used at Harvard University and many other universities throughout the United States.
After an instructor explains concepts in class, a problem appears on the projector screen. Students then solve the question and input answers with clickers. As students input their answers, the collective response is displayed on a monitor, which allows teachers to know how many students have answered the question correctly. This enables teachers to give better feedbacks and identify students’ scores and weaknesses.
The clickers enable students to clearly understand what is wrong and right and maximizes class efficiency by allowing students to solve problems as many as possible within a given time frame.
Students input their answers through clickers, then everyone’s answers are displayed on the screen, showing the percentage of the correct and incorrect answers.
The answer graph shows that Advance Class has a high correction rate. By displaying the resulting graph like this, students can immediately get feedbacks. If the graph shows that all students selected the correct answer, then the instructor can move on to the next question. This way class time can be used more efficiently.
The answer graph of Basic Class shows students selected many different answers, indicating that they did not clearly understand the problem. In this case, the explanation is required. After the explanation, the students’ correction rate increases.
It's a personalized training program that allows evaluating how much students understood the concepts introduced in class. As it is a system currently used at Harvard University and Ivy League universities, we have introduced it in EduAsia to draw students' academic success.