Active learning through voting keypads
Learning methodologies into a classroom or any teaching-learning setup involved are prominent of two types. Passive learning occurs when students/learners use their abilities and senses to take information from a lecture, reading assignment or any audio-visual content. This type of learning is most commonly present in traditional classrooms and used to acquire ideas and information. Whereas active learning involves the students through their participation and active use of their energy. This type of learning is considered most suitable to stimulate critical thinking.
How does it work with voting keypads?
Voting keypads are electronic devices which are connected to a centrally operating PC which collects responses and provides inferences based on the data. Voting keypads offer a range of features and functionalities which helps the trainers to retrieve live feedback from the learners/trainees based on the ongoing lessons. This derives attention and engagement from the participants. A quick set of questions related to the topic/lesson can be thrown to the students; helps initiate detailed discussion and participants attention. In this way, the presenter is able to assess the amount of speed and effort to be applied to the instruction methodology to ensure optimum attention of the participants. Cross questioning through voting keypads saves time and invokes a deeper insight among the students related to the lesson.
Rather than asking participants individually, voting keypads equip them with individual voting
An ongoing class won’t be a hamper to reset student attention in seconds whenever required. Ask on-the-fly polling questions to keep students engaged in the lessons. Owing to this prompt and interactive technology it saves valuable class time by knowing what your students understand, and what needs additional explanation. With advance voting devices and setups, one can turn class into a conversation and allow students to participate also with their smartphones, laptops, tablets, or clickers.
Based on the approach of a teaching-learning setup the voting keypads can be incorporated in a number of ways to inculcate engagement among a large group of audience or students. Engagement and voting practices are interlinked and feed into each other. In given teaching; earning setup, where engagement capacity is more limited, voting keypads might be the only tool available to communicate with participants and raise concerns. The findings indicate that the electronic voting system was seen to increase considerably the scope of interactivity during the lessons by helping students to enhance their development into active participants. The real-time method provides instant learning gap analysis and correction. With the electronic voting system, the post-class evaluation becomes a smooth, automated process that can be tied directly to your LMS, if needed.
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