My name is Ted Gibbons and I am a chemistry teacher at Harrisburg High School, in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. As a graduate student at Harrisburg
University of Science and Technology, I am designing a clickers kit for a
high school chemistry one course. (To find out more about “clickers,” read the brief explanation at the bottom of this letter)
charts to actual clickers activities.
also appreciate it if you could give me feedback for the other questions as
Link to my project: http://chemistryclickers.wikispaces.com
My e-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Clickers allow instructors to ask questions and gather students' responses during a lecture. (Clicker systems are also commonly called Classroom Response Systems, Student Response Systems,
or Audience Response Systems.)
In clicker systems, each student uses a device (a "clicker") that looks like a TV remote to answer questions posed by the instructor in a specially-designed PowerPoint presentation. Summaries of
student responses can be shown in real time to both instructors and students.
Answers are also stored electronically for later viewing.