Using Clicker Technology To Assist Students To Meet IEP Math Goals

This project investigated the effectiveness of students meeting their IEP math goals in a Resource Special Program classroom. The purpose of this research was to determine if using clicker technology and the reteaching of skills would allow students to better meet their IEP goals. Students were assessed using the clicker technology and then reviewed the material as a class due to the statistical feedback from problems. The teacher was then able to reteach material that students completed incorrectly and then reassess to see if their percentage had increased. Results indicate students scored higher the second time they were assessed after using the clickers on the previous assessment. The teacher and students noticed a lower amount of mistakes being made due to the reteaching driven by the clickers and their immediate feedback.