The Development of a Classroom Response System to be implemented in a College Classroom
Cardiff Metropolitan University
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Classroom Response Systems have been envisaged to be one of the most useful e-learning technologies that have been employed to improve interactivity in classrooms. Students use state-of-the-art technology to convey their responses anonymously to the Lecturers questions. Recent Innovations has caused learning institutions to exploit this technology. One of such institution is “Gower College Swansea” in Gorseinon. The aim of this project is to develop a Classroom Response System for a College learning environment. The study will begin by reviewing literature on the subject of interactive learning. The review highlights the possible contribution of CRS’s in education. To complete the review in practice, a prototype of a Classroom Response System will be developed using the Java programming language. Next, College Students and Staff members will be interviewed prior to development to gain knowledge of what they would expect from the system. Following this, all data collected will be used to design and implement the prototype. The resulting application will then be presented to the client after enhancements are made. Subsequently, the system will be tested extensively to reveal any flaws or bugs and reviewed by the potential clients, initially interviewed. Finally, the results from user testing and feedback from clients will be used to evaluate the concluding system.
Bsc Hons Software engineering
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