- n. Plural form of clicker.
“Lenten Thoughts: Why I Stick with Jesus Even When I Don't Believe Recently "clickers" -- a remote control-like personal response system universities are adopting in droves -- have (quite literally) made the news.”
“Recently "clickers" -- a remote control-like personal response system universities are adopting in droves -- have (quite literally) made the news.”
“This is because the clickers are a fringe group on the web.”
“Reggie Barnes 'students also were using a white board to play a spirited game of basketball, scoring points with nouns instead of balls, using hand-held response consoles called clickers to record their answers.”
“The clickers are a good way to get instant feedback, but do the students really learn from discussion or are they just changing their answers because of peer pressure?”
“For student success evals the use of Vet Med "clickers" was put forth and these will be tested this summer as well.”
“Ken Brown, the professor in the picture, uses PDA devices and electronic "clickers" to have students submit responses to questions and prompts.”
“In the sciences now people use "clickers" a lot to take "polls" in class.”
“The "clickers" are mostly used in the natural sciences here.”
“I've spent most of the last 24 hrs wrestling with the software that goes with the Personal Response System PRS 'clickers' I have my students using in class.”
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