CPS - Classroom Performance System
more energy and interactivity into the classroom
or lecture hall.
Imagine 100% of your students so engaged in your lecture
that they all respond to every question you ask them!!
And they like it!!
Yes that's possible and much more.
Classroom Performance System (CPS) is a student response
system using wireless connectivity. It gives instructors
and students immediate feedback from the entire class.
The response pads are remotes that are durable, easy to
use and engage students. CPS is available for both PC and
- CPS helps you to increase student preparation,
interactivity and active learning so you can receive
immediate feedback and know what students understand.
allows you to administer quizzes and tests, and provide
immediate grading or simply give a participation grade.
- With CPS you can create lecture questions that
can be multiple-choice, true/false and subjective.
You can even create questions on-the-fly as well as conduct
- CPS establishes accountability by giving
you an automated way to take attendance.
- CPS accommodates
lectures with up to 1,024 students per classroom and
student-paced testing for up to 209 students per classroom.
- CPS is VERY affordable! Adopters
of McGraw-Hill textbooks are loaned all the necessary
hardware and software. Students will purchase access
from eInstruction.com and a personal response pad from
their campus bookstore for a minimal fee. Students who
purchase a new McGraw-Hill textbook will receive a coupon
that can be used to save 60% off the regular access fee
for a one term course and 66% off the regular access
fee for a two term course.
- Students can use their
personal response pad for more than one course and it’s
designed to be carried from one class to the next.
- CPS not only allows
you to evaluate classroom attendance, activity, and
grading for your course as a whole, but CPSOnline allows
you to provide students with an immediate study guide.
All results and scores can easily be imported into Excel
and can be used with various classroom management systems.
What can you do with CPS?