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SMART Response Clickers
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SMART Response student response system is an assessment tool that enables teachers to
pose questions to find out whether students are on track. This guide explains how to add
SMART Response interactivity within Power Point to actively engage students.
“How-To…” Series
SMART Response Clickers
Table of Contents
BEFORE YOU BEGIN....................................................................................................................................... 2
Part 1: Import Student Names into SMART Response ............................................................................ 2
Part 2: Create Response Questions using Powerpoint ............................................................................ 4
Part 3: Start your Class!............................................................................................................................ 6
Part 4: View the Results ........................................................................................................................... 8
Appendix A ................................................................................................................................................ 9
Additional Support ...................................................................................................................................... 10
Prepared by Alissa Bigelow
Centre for Teaching and Learning, Georgian College
Updated April 2012
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BEFORE YOU BEGIN
Ensure you have a class list in an Excel spreadsheet or CSV
document. Class lists can be downloaded & saved to your
computer in Excel format from Blackboard. For instruction on
this process, please view the Blackboard Tipsheet
“Downloading Grades” found on the CTL website at
http://www.georgianc.on.ca/bb/support/tip-sheets/.
Open the spreadsheet & ensure that the columns appear in the
same order & have the same heading titles as the image to the
right.
If the header information in Row 1 does not match the image,
the import will not work.
Part 1: Import Student Names into SMART Response
STEP 1: Click on the Smart Response icon in the notification bar
near the clock.
STEP 2: From the pop up menu, click on the link to start a class in
the Teacher Tools area.
STEP 3: Click the Add Class link. If you
have already created a class, then
procede to STEP 5.
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STEP 4: Name your class & assign a passing
grade. The other information is optional. Click
Add.
STEP 5: You will now see your class in
the list under the Gradebook heading.
Click to select & click the link to add
students to the class.
NOTE: The new tabs across the top of the
class screen. Once you add students you
will be able to view & change that list
from the student tab.
STEP 6: If the class you’ve just created is the only one in the list
then click Next. Otherwise, select the class you’d like to add
student(s) to & click Next.
STEP 7: Choose the format of the class list document you
saved earlier. In this example our class list is in Excel
Spreadsheet format. Click next.
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STEP 8: Locate the class list file & click open.
NOTE: Once the import is finished, your
student information can be found by clicking
the Student tab of the Teacher Tools screen.
Part 2: Create Response Questions using Power Point
STEP 1: Open Power Point & create your presentation with the questions you’d like to use. Each slide
can only have 1 Smart Response question.
STEP 2: Click the Insert Tab. You should see the Smart Response icon to the far right. Click on the
Question button.
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STEP 3: Click the Question button. You will notice the Smart
Response box appears in the bottom right corner.
STEP 4: Left click to select the box. Right click & choose SMART
Response Question Object. Click Properties from the menu.
STEP 5:
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Choose the Question Type (MC, Y/N,
Number, T/F).
Set the number of choices.
If you will be using a class list, make
sure Remember Names is selected,
otherwise choose Anonymous.
Set the correct answer. Click OK.
Repeat Steps 2-4 for each Smart Response question you’d like to create.
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Part 3: Start your Class!
Once you have created your presentation & added students to your class, you are now ready to run the
presentation & collect results from your students!
Ensure the Smart Response Receiver is plugged into the computer you will be using & you have a green
communication light.
STEP 1: Access the Smart Response Teacher
Tools as outlined in Part 1. Under the
Gradebook heading, click on the class you want
to use. On the Home screen, click Start Class.
Your students will require instruction &/or guidance when using the response devices. Please refer to
Appendix A to view the Smart Response Device diagram.
STEP 2: Your students should now power-on their
response devices. On the main screen they will
need to select �Join a class’.
They will then be prompted to enter their Student ID
into the Response device & push Enter.
NOTE: The ID #s they enter must match the ID #s in
the student list that was imported in Part 1;
otherwise the student will not be able to join the
class.
They will receive a �Welcome to ---� message when
they are successfully registered to the session.
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STEP 3: The Teacher Tools screen
will display the status of the student
devices. You will have to click the
�Stop the Class’ button when you are
finished.
STEP 4: Open & run your
presentation. When you get to a Smart Response slide you
will have to push the �Start’ button in the blue box to begin
receiving answers. When everyone has entered an answer
push the �Stop’ button.
STEP 5: After you stop the question, Smart Response will
tabulate the results & display a pie graph to show how the
class responded.
No student names, numbers or information is displayed.
A results slide, which is identical to the pie chart, is
automatically inserted into your presentation. You can save
the presentation with the results slides to view at a later
time.
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STEP 6: After each question is answered the students will be receive
their score.
STEP 7: When you are finished your presentation, you are free to Save
the changes (the added results slides) & either return to the Smart
Response Teacher Tools utility or view the results later.
Part 4: View the Results
STEP 1: Open the Teacher Tools utility.
STEP 2: Choose the type of report you’d
like to run (student or class).
STEP 3: Choose the class from the drop
down menu. You can also change the
�Save’ location to either your personal
space on the network (G:) or to a USB stick.
NOTE: If you are using a podium computer
& leave it as C: you will lose the results
when the computer is rebooted
STEP 4: A PDF document with the results will be generated in the location specified in the �Create In’
box.
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Appendix A
Power
button
Enter Button
True/False
buttons
Number and letter
buttons
Decimal point or
fractions
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Additional Support
Any further questions or concerns, please contact the Centre for Teaching and Learning Instructional
Technologist Alissa Bigelow by emailing Alissa.Bigelow@GeorgianCollege.ca. This includes general
training and orientation, working through a “How do I..” question, or to get new ideas of how different
features could work for a particular course you are teaching.
Alissa Bigelow
Instructional Technologist
Centre for Teaching and Learning
Georgian College, Barrie Campus
705 728-1968, ext 1162
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