The student response system helps the teachers and instructors to put their questions before the gathered students in a classroom. These systems are often called classroom response systems, clickers, audience response systems, or personal response systems.
In the western world, the faculty members are seen coming up with two types of student response systems – a turning point device or a mobile. The turning point device is often called the clickers for the students, while the receivers are meant for the instructors.
Both the students and teachers are connected on the platform with networked devices, including smartphones, tablets, or laptops.
The teachers or instructors in a response system often develop an interactive presentation over the above-mentioned software application, installed over the PCs or laptops.
During the class, the students are seen responding to different questions or given problems, which are shared with them using a presentation with clickers or mobile phones. The receiver in the student response system is only meant to collect the data along with showcasing the summaries of students along with their responses.
The answers in the student response system are often saved digitally for referring at the later stage. It offers too many benefits to the instructors and even to the students and keeps their motivation levels high.