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Classroom clickers add text input, larger screen

 Qwizdom's Q6 Student Response System offers an easy-to-use keypad similar to a cell phone, text input and a larger LCD screen to view full responses.
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Qwizdom's Q6 Student Response System, unveiled at the Texas Computer Education Association Conference this week, offers an easy-to-use keypad similar to a cell phone, text input and a larger LCD screen to view full responses. The remotes allow each student to communicate with the teacher from up to 328 feet away and are durability-tested to withstand the rigors of the classroom.

As the teacher presents questions on a screen, verbally, or by using paper-based activities, pupils enter responses with their remotes. The instant response also allows the educator to gauge students’ overall comprehension or to zero in on a struggling pupil.

To watch a demo of the new product, visit YouTube. For more information, visit www.qwizdomnews.com.

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