Personal Response System (PRS)

Term explanation  •  Category Learning & E-Learning

Definition and meaning

A Personal Response System (PRS) provides lecturers, presenters or teachers with the opportunity to ask a group of students or their audience questions. The questions are usually in a multiple choice format. PRS increase student engagement and provide an opportunity to receive instant feeback.

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