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eInstruction Rolls Out Entry-Level Clicker
The new Ping student response system
eInstruction has released a new entry-level model in its line of radio-frequency classroom clickers.
The new student response device, Ping, provides a range of up to 150 feet and offers three question types: multiple choice, yes/no, and true/false. It supports up to 500 simultaneous devices and can be used in two different modes: teacher-led and impromptu. It integrates with CPS, Flow, and Wave software.
Ping is available now in single units or classroom packs. Additional details can be found on eInstruction's student response portal.
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