Electronic-response systems motivate students

02/16/2010 | NY1 (New York City)

Students in a Brooklyn, N.Y., school are using eInstruction hand-held clickers to give teachers instant feedback during classroom lessons -- showing them which students understand and which need additional help. Teachers say that because answers are posted for the class to see, it is important to use the technology in a way that does not discourage struggling students. Some students say the system motivates them to do better.

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