Student Response System is a smart student response system that empowers teachers to engage their classrooms through a series of educational exercises and games via smartphones, laptops, and tablets. You can ask questions in the moment via Single Question Activities, or you can design a quiz beforehand and run it during class. Either way, you'll be able to visualize and measure student understanding in real time.
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Teacher log in
Practice on your own:
  • Teacher: Go to Create a Teacher account or Log in by entering your email and password
  • Student: Open a second computer/smartphone and go to
  • Student: Enter the Room Number. (The Room Number is reflected on the Teacher Dashboard)
  • Teacher: Ask a question out loud and press the Multiple Choice button
  • Student: Respond by selecting A, B, C, D or E
  • Teacher: See the results populate your screen in real time


Stop wasting time typing long web adresses. Use a QR Code!

The square pattern on the left is called a Quick Response code or QR code. It is a barcode that can store a link, plain text, SMS text message, addresses, URLs, Geo location, e-mail, phone numbers, contact information
QR Codes can be scanned with an iPad or smart phone cameras using a free QR Code reader app.
Teacher can place QR Codes on work sheets, newsletters, presentations, bulletin boards, Maps or outside their classroom door. Students and parents can scan the QR Codes and get a convenient link to your Edline page, wiki, educational web site, or phone number.
There many different web site and application that create QR codes.


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Mason City Schools will be replacing First Class Email with a new and improved email system called Microsoft Exchange on Monday, March 26, 2012. District Email mail will not be available on March 26th and further interruptions in service are possible during Mason's spring break week.
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