Remotes give instant feedback about students' mastery of lessons

04/21/2005 | Philadelphia Inquirer, The

In the Philadelphia area, students in several schools are using handheld remotes that measure how well they comprehend their teacher's instruction. The devices' software instantly analyzes and records student answers to multiple-choice questions, enabling teachers to adjust their pacing and track the performance of individual children.

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