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Class Responder for Interactive Lessons

March 11, 2015

Class Responder allows you to interact in real time with every student in class with Interactive Lessons. You can certainly use smartphones, tablets, or personal computers. Teachers can also assign lessons through Class Responder. Students will automatically see the assignment and can give a response with their answers. You can review each student’s individual responses. Or​ you can also compare​ responses on a class level in order to measure understanding.

Interactive Lessons

Interactive LessonsWith Class Responder teachers can create their own lessons. They can also assign pre-made lessons that meet state and national standards.  Teachers are the creators of every lesson, for teachers.  The quizzes you create can be multiple choice, true/false, or short answer.

Teachers can also conduct on-the-spot polling and assign lessons as classwork or homework. Assignments can certainly be teacher-paced or self-paced, measures comprehension on an individual and class level, email results of completed by question, by activity, or by individual. Class Responder was developed by Teacher Created Resources. This is an educational publishing company well-known for their fantastic educational resources.

Visit Class Responder’s website to learn more or watch this​ video!

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