Keeping students interested and engaged in the classroom is a challenge for every teacher. But for educators like Professor Richard Rogers at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst (UMass), who teaches introductory classes to hundreds of students at a time, just getting students to show up can be a real challenge.

To entice students to attend large lectures, Rogers and other UMass professors are making these classes more interactive with help from the InterWrite PRS (Personal Response System) by GTCO CalComp.

Class sizes of 300 students make it difficult for students


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