Student Response System
When the main activity window appears, the students press the number buttons on the remote control to answer the question. The activity name, timer and title of EAS file are displayed at the top of the window, the Answer Status Area is at the bottom, and the tool bar is on the right.
Clicking on the Statistical Chart Button will display a chart of the students’ answers for the current question. You can view the number of students who answered the question, the number of correct/incorrect answers, and the percentage of correct/incorrect answers.
Students can press any button on their remotes as soon as the question appears. The first student to press any key will appear in the dialog box. The instructor can then call on that student to respond verbally, and the instructor may then ask further questions.
Class Score Tracking List Chart
The Class Score Tracking List Chart displays a history of students’
activity results in line chart format. Instructors can use this data to track the long-term learning and comprehension results for classes and individuals.
Display individual student’s learning progress
In the Report window, select a class from the Class List, select a Historical Report from the Record Type drop-down menu, and then select the Personal Score Tracking List page.
Activity Detail Report
Printout of each student’s responses: The printout of the Activity Detail Report displays each question, response options, the correct response and the student’s actual response. Fields are provided for teacher and parent’s signatures.
NOTE: The Activity Detail report can also be exported as a CSV file. The procedure is the same as the procedure for exporting the Summary Report.
Updated on: 7/30/12
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• PC (desktop or laptop)
• Pentium 4 class CPU PC (or above)
• Microsoft Windows XP SP2 (or above)
• 512 Mb RAM
• USB port
• 10 GB hard drive
• Microsoft Office 2003 SP1 or above
• Internet Explorer 6 or above
• SVGA display
• Large Screen Display/High-resolution projector
Using Got It! on Windows 7
Download PDF Help file
Download Service Pack 1
Got It! Go! Guide
Download PDF Guide file
Got It! offers a wide range of interactive instructional activities, through six main interactive modes. Each time an activity is run, the system will enter the response records into its database automatically.
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Q: Can I use the Got It! system to create presentations?
A: Yes. The Got It! student response system is compatible with Microsoft PowerPoint™ so you can control presentations for your classroom.
Q: I understand the Got It™ Student Response Systems (9324 and 9340) enable teachers to prepare curriculum in advance. Can I use it for questions or discussion topics generated spontaneously in the classroom?
A: Yes. The “Prompt QA” activity mode of the Got It™ Student Response Systems (9324 and 9340) is designed for teachers to use with questions or discussion topics generated spontaneously in the classroom. Use the Prompt QA activity mode when you want to adapt the real-time learning situations or student progresses.
Q: I usually incorporate Microsoft Excel Equation Editor when I prepare the Math curriculum. Do the Got It™ Student Response Systems (9324 and 9340) support Microsoft Excel Equation Editor?
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Q: How do I begin using the Grouping function within the Got It™ Student Response Systems (9324 and 9340)?
Q: Our school just upgraded the computer operating system to Windows 7. What should I do to ensure the receiver of the Got It™ Student Response System and the computer will communicate with each other?
Q: Why the Activity application program of the Got It™ Student Response System doesn’t register the remote inputs although the receiver still lights up when buttons are pressed on the remotes?
A: If the remote inputs are not registered, it’s likely that no COM port within the computer was selected for the receiver. Click on the Click Daemon as you begin to run the Got It Student Response System, then select Tools to choose COM port Setup and ensure one COM port option is selected/checked.
Q: Do I need to purchase the software upgrade for my Got It™ Student Response System to work with the new computers that come with Windows 7?
Q: Is the Got It™ Student Response System capable of tracking the grade average from a quiz?
Q: Is the Got It! System compatible with Mac computer?
A: The 24 and 40-student Got It! Student Response Systems are only compatible with Windows XP SP2 and above, not with Apple Mac OSX.
Q: Can I get additional student remotes in packs larger than 5 for my Got It! system?
Q: I lost the CD that came with my Got It! System. What can I do?
A: Please contact our Customer Service Dept. for assistance.
Q: Does the size of the classroom matter when it comes to using the Got It! System?
A: The Got It! System comes with one infrared receiver that will work best in classrooms no wider than 49 ft. If wider, a second receiver in front of the class is recommended and if longer than 49 ft. a second receiver should be placed in the middle.
Q: I lost my teacher remote that comes with the Got It! System. What can I do?
Q: What are the system requirements for the Got It! System?
A: The Got It! System is compatible only with MS Office 2003, SP1 and above as well as Windows programs XP, SP2 and above. It is not compatible with Apple Mac OSX.
Q: I use Microsoft® Excel® frequently in preparing my teaching materials. Is the Got It!™ Clicker System compatible with Excel?
A: Yes. The Got It!™ Clicker System is compatible with the commonly used Microsoft® Word®, Excel®, and PowerPoint® programs.
Q: What’s the length of the USB cable included for the Got It™ Student Response System infrared receiver?
A: The USB cable for the infrared receiver of Got It Student Response System is 16 feet long.
Q: Does the remote from the Got It™ Student Response System include a lanyard hole?
A: Yes. For your convenience, both the teacher remote and the student remotes from the Got It Student Response System include one lanyard hole each.
Q: I noticed that there is a “Service Pack 1” software online on the Got It™ product page. Is this the software for me to get started with the Got It Student Response System I just purchased?
A: The “Service Pack 1” software is an updated software in addition to the CD included with the Got It Student Response System. Please install the software from the CD first then download Service Pack 1. The Service Pack 1 is not the complete software for the system, downloading it alone would not be sufficient.
Q: What kind of cable is required to daisy chain the Got It™ receivers when necessary?
A: The cable needed for daisy chaining the Got It™ receivers is the USB cable that has Type B plug on one end and Mini A on the other.
Q: What type of battery do the remotes of Got It!™ Student Response System take?
A: Each remote in the Got It! Student Response System takes one 3V Lithium Cell Battery CR2025. Batteries are included in the remotes with each order.
Q: What’s the capacity/maximum quantity of remotes that each Got It!™ Student Response System can take?
Q: What’s the transmission range for the Got It!™ Infrared receiver?
A: The transmission range for the Got It! Infrared receiver is 49 ft, which is sufficient for a typical classroom. If using the system in a meeting room that is wider than 49 ft, it is recommended to use a second Infrared receiver located in the front of the room. If the meeting room is longer than 49 ft, a second receiver is necessary in the middle of the room to receive signals from participants in the back.
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