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All-in-One Electronic Assessment

ResponseCard_NXT_vertical_01[1] Too many classroom response clickers are sold separately from the testing software causing the occasional disconnect where one doesn’t work with the other. With ResponseCard NXT and TurningKey software, Turning Technologies puts it altogether in a complete package. The student clicker is small, thin and weighs just 2-ounces, but has a 22-key keypad and a LCD screen for entry conformation. It can transmit a variety of answer formats. On top of letters and numbers, it supports full text entry with a cell-phone-like keypad. Meanwhile, TurningKey software can put tests of up to 200 questions together with a mix of multiple choice, matching, numeric, true/false and filling the blank answers. The best part is that the results are tabulated and can be presented individually and by class.

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