A student response system for use with mobile devices, with multiple question types for classroom interactions, classroom activities or ‘games’.
Combine traditional presentations with realtime questions to get instant feedback. The matching mobile application remote-controls slides and does quick lecture recordings.
Run many kinds of interactive classroom activities.
Create a uReply session to ask questions one by one.
Create a uReply session to ask many questions in form of a quiz.
Create and edit pre-set questions before class.
Review records of past uReply sessions.
Filter the presentation lists by keyword.
Supported formats: PDF (recommended), PPT and PPTX.
To play or end a session.
To start, edit, rename or delete a presentation.
Students form groups to answer questions. Their individual scores are added to the group score.
Students compete to answer questions as quickly and correctly as possible.
Students’ open-ended replies are randomly distributed to their peers for commenting and scoring.
Students lose a 'life' if they pass or answer a question wrongly. Those who use up all their lives will be disqualified and will not be able to move on.
Teachers can pick a student to answer your question. Pick from the students list or let the system randomly pick a student for you.
Students click the 'raise hand' to indicate they want to answer. Then, the teacher chooses or random-picks one of them.
Students are asked to discuss their answers after attempting a question. Then they are asked the same question again to see whether they have learnt from discussing with each other.