Student Response system that includes (1) Qwizdom Q6i Instructor Remote and (32) Qwizdom Q6 Student Remotes.
Qwizdom’s easy-to-use student response systems help teachers get started quickly and achieve their goals faster. Our classroom response solutions are designed to give teachers the real-time assessment data they need to monitor and adjust instruction for maximum student benefit.
All student response solutions are used in conjunction with Qwizdom Connect software suite, providing teachers with instant feedback, automatic grading, and reporting in a variety of formats. This saves teachers time and makes it easier to track collective and individual student progress.
The student clicker relies on radio frequency to operate, meaning teachers can use it anytime and anyplace in the school, sharing the resources and being able to rely on its functionality with no concerns about Wi-Fi connectivity or online distractions for students.
Qwizdom offers a number of Student Response Systems (SRS) with a variety of different functions, so teachers can choose the model best suited to their teaching methods and objectives.
New Q6i Instructor Remote
Designed to permit teachers freedom and control from anywhere in the classroom, the Q6i Instructor Remote allows navigation between presentation slides, pausing and playing media, and posing questions on-the-fly from this neat, handheld device.
Teachers can randomly choose students to contribute during discussions using the ‘pick’ button, view response graphs on the device screen, and share with students via the presentation.
Q6 Student Remote
The Q6 system offers even more opportunity for collaborative learning and discussion than any of its predecessors. Each remote has an easy-to-use keypad, offering a cell-phone style of text input and a larger LCD screen allowing for more probing questions and in-depth feedback. As lightweight and durable as its sister product, it offers support for three additional question types – text input, text edit, and mixed expressions. In addition, an extended symbols palette allows students to input complex equations, giving math and science teachers more options when designing tests and lessons.