Students learn, participate more using instant-response systems

02/11/2010 | WMAZ-TV (Macon, Ga.)

Students in a Georgia middle school are more engaged in math lessons and involved in learning since they began using whiteboards, student-response systems and other technology, educators say. Students use a device called ActiVotes to answer questions electronically, and teachers use them to quiz students before a lesson and to gauge understanding as they are teaching.

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