Application of Classroom Response Systems (CRS): Study to Measure Student Learning Outcome

Hairus Saleh, Nurdyansyah Nurdyansyah, Fitria Nur Hasanah, Hendra Erik Rudyanto, Mu’alimin Mu’alimin

Abstract


Classroom Response Systems is a scanner system in the form of technology that is used in the classroom, which allows students to answer a question with an input directly inputted into the data, so that the application of learning outcome measurement becomes effective and efficient. This study uses qualitative methods and is implemented in 120 students and is a formative research. This study describes the use of Classroom Response Systems (CRS) when measuring student learning outcomes. The research subjects were students of the Mathematics Education and Elementary School Teacher Education Department who had heterogeneous abilities. Research findings show that students consider CRS can improve class dynamics in theoretical lectures. On the other hand, almost all students have agreed with the assertion that CRS is easy to use, although some of them have warned that recipients do not always record their responses.

Keywords


Classroom Response Systems, Clickers, Learning Outcome

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International Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning (iJET) – eISSN: 1863-0383
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