Real Time Classroom Systems in Teachers Training

  • Viktória H. BakonyiEmail author
  • Zoltán Illés
Conference paper
Part of the Lecture Notes in Computer Science book series (LNCS, volume 11169)


Nowadays students are surrounded by plenty of information resources and they use these multimedia streams parallel. This multitask working environment appears during lessons as well. This hyper attention symptom blocks students in the effective participating of the common work. Therefore more and more ICT tools appear and are used in schools from elementary schools to higher education. One of these possibilities is CRS (Classroom Response System) of which benefits are undoubted. Their usage makes lessons more diversified, more motivating for students who are used to and prefer to use applications and smart devices, more interactive. However we must not forget about the disadvantages either so in this paper we should like to give a look around this topic, present our own newly developed CRS system and speak about how we can use it in teachers training.


Real-time CRS Higher education Teachers training 



We should like to say special thanks to Szabó, Tibor (from University of Constanie the Philosopher) to take part in our project; to Misley, Helga; Raush, Attila; Rapos, Nóra (from ELTE Faculty of Education and Psychology) and to Temesi-Ferenczi, Kinga (from ELTE Faculty of Primary and Pre-School Education) to help us by giving valuable information about teacher training specialities according to CRS at their faculties.


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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Eötvös Loránd UniversityBudapestHungary

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