Click with Assurance
How often has a class been slowed down because dome of the assessment clickers have dead batteries? In a classroom breakthrough, Dymo’s MimioVote system does away with replaceable batteries with a device that recharges on a special tray. The clickers communicate with the teacher’s PC via a 2.4GHz wireless link with the included USB radio; they have a range of 90-feet. Students can tap their answers to multiple choice, yes-now, true-false or instant answer questions. The results are tabulated on a spreadsheet or directly in lesson plans. A classroom package of 24 clickers, software with a USB receiver costs $2,100 and includes a 5-year warranty.