Plickers – Paper Printed “Clickers” for Instant Assessment

In the world of EdTech we like to play around with all the latest technology (by default) and can sometimes unwittingly be guilty of overlooking the fact that not everybody has access to all the technology we love to share.

In fact, there are many teachers who dream of more access to technology, but for a wide variety of reasons only have access to very limited resources.

Luckily, there are some amazing developers out there who realize that not everybody has an endless budget, and not every student can afford to buy a tablet to come to school with. Today we’re looking at Plickers – a service made by some creative developers who had this exact problem in mind.

I recently covered Kahoot – an excellent clicker service for 1:1 classrooms, and before that I also covered Socrative. If you’re in a position where everybody has access to their own device, check those out. If not (or if you have good reasons not to use devices in the classroom), you may find that Plickers is the answer.

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