Handheld remotes finding a new home in K-12 classrooms

The Philadelphia Inquirer reports on the use of personal-response systems (i.e. handheld remotes) in local K-12 classrooms. Educators like the technology because it engages students by allowing them to provide instant feedback in classroom activities such as quizzes. The devices are already common in colleges and are now taking root in K-12 schools. (Note: This site requires registration.)

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