Lecture 1 - Lecture 1 August 23, 2010 I-clicker Basics An...

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Unformatted text preview: Lecture 1 August 23, 2010 I-clicker Basics An i>clicker remote is required for this course. You can purchase it through the bookstore. You must have an i- clicker in this class, and you must bring it and use it each day. How will we use the clicker? I pose questions on the screen during lecture. You answer using your i>clicker remote. Class results are tallied. I display a graph with the class results on the screen. We discuss the questions and answers. You get points (for participating and/or answering correctly)! How do you vote? Turn on the clicker by pressing the bottom On/Off button. A blue Power light will appear at the top of the remote. Make sure your remote is on when voting! How do you vote? When I ask a question in class (and start the timer), select A, B, C, D, or E as your vote. I may also ask you to talk about your possible choice/answer with your neighbor or in groups. How do you know your vote was received? Check your Vote Status Light: Green light = your vote was sent AND received. Red flashing light = you need to vote again. Not sure you saw the light ? Just vote again. Want to change your vote ? You can vote again as long as the timer is still going. Registering your i>clicker 10% of your grade is dependent on the answers you give with your iclicker. Until you register your i>clicker, your responses are tied to your clicker remote ID (located on the back of your clicker), rather than to you. When you do register, your previously recorded voting responses will be assigned to you. Place a piece of protective clear tape over this number as soon as you get your iclicker. The number wears off quickly! General Advice If you have registered your iclicker in previous semesters, you have to re-register it this semester. If you cannot read the number on the iclicker, I can retrieve it for you after class. If you bought a used clicker, replace the batteries. Before using a new clicker for the first time, pull the plastic tab out of the battery compartment. You can share an iclicker with students in other classes, but you cannot share with someone in this same class. In other words, an iclicker can be registered to several people during a semester as long as they are on different rosters. Registering your i>clicker online REGISTER AT www.iclicker.com 1. Go to www.iclicker.com ....
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Lecture 1 - Lecture 1 August 23, 2010 I-clicker Basics An...

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