Live from NECC: Instant Student Response

eInstruction™, a global provider of learning technology, today announced its next-generation student response technology -- vClicker Mobile Edition and the CPS Pulse.
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eInstruction™, a global provider of learning technology, today announced its next-generation student response technology -- vClicker Mobile Edition and the CPS Pulse. vClicker ME is a virtual response system that runs on Web-enabled mobile devices students already use, such as personal computers, laptops, iPhones, and BlackBerrys. Students can participate in a lesson or take a test from anywhere without having to invest in a separate clicker device. CPS Pulse enables up to 1,000 students per class to answer multiple choice, numeric, and short text answer questions while teachers collect responses in real-time.

To support educators with the implementation of these and other 21st-century learning tools, eInstruction is also launching el Community, a new online community for K-12 and Higher Education educators.

To learn more about eInstruction's Interactive Classroom solutions, visit http://www.einstruction.com.

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