Interactive response systems in the student teaching-learning process
Location: UPT, Porto
"The student motivation increases when the interactive response systems are used in the classroom leading to a greater participation and consequently a better and faster content acquisition. The collaborative and cooperative attitudes among student-student, student-teacher and student-class are increased when using interactive response systems in the context of the classroom, being decisive reasons for the application of this technology. The use of interactive response systems in the classroom and its implications in the teaching-learning process are some of the challenges facing teachers as movers’ agents in implementing this technology in school."