We’ve blogged about student response systems before—we love them! They are great ways to keep students involved and attentive during class, and a great way to gauge how they are following along and understanding class materials. An added bonus—because they don’t require out-loud feedback, it encourages even students who normally remain quiet during class to easily provide their opinions.
In the past, we have shared tools like Socrative and TurningPoint, and today we are sharing another new web-based version we have come across called Geddit. This tool is similar to Socrative in the sense that the educator can send questions to a student’s device, and the student can respond using their own device. The added bonus of Geddit is really the ways to receive the responses and view the results.
Ask questions and see how specific students respond in a cool interface that highlights the individuals who may not necessarily be grasping a concept as well as others.
If you are interested in learning more about Geddit or student response systems in general, we’d love to work with you! Come visit ITS Client Services in the lower level of Brookens Library!