Thursday, 14 May 2009

Using Voting Systems with Interactive Whiteboards

We have offered several interactive whiteboard sessions that aimed to introduce work based learning providers to what can be achieved by using these in their delivery. As a follow on to this we will also be hosting an additional half day event that looks at how voting systems (or learner response systems) can be used to enhance the effectiveness of your whiteboards even further.

Voting systems can be used to deliver interactive sessions that engage and stimulate learners as well as record responses for assessment purposes. They can be fun too – and make use of resources created in different formats such as the popular “who wants to be a millionaire” style quiz.

This session will be led by Andrew Hutchinson, previously project manager for the REVEAL Project. He will be looking at five key brands of Learner Response Systems exploring creative ways of working with each. These include Activote, Activexpression, Senteo, TurningPoint and Quizdom.

All attendees will receive a free copy of the REVEAL project DVD “Effective Teaching and Learning using Electronic Learner Response Systems” which includes a range of useful resources and video content case studies.

The training will take place in Wolverhampton on 18th June. It costs £30 and can be booked online from our events page.


Related Wobble links:

Using Interactive Whiteboards: A Video Case Study
Interactive Whiteboard Links and Resources

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