Cracking the Learning Code with Clickers

  • Thursday, August 23, 2012
  • 5:30 PM - 7:30 PM
  • University Center Auditorium, University Center of Greenville, 225 S. Pleasantburg Dr., Greenville, SC 29607

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  • Training professional who is not a member of the chapter
  • Currently enrolled student and paid chapter member
  • Currently enrolled student who is not a chapter member

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Join Bill Ellis for a demonstration of the audience response system he uses in a variety of learning environments. Learn how this easy to learn, highly engaging technology can improve interest and success for students and audiences. Applications include opinion polling, assessment, and team problem solving.

Audience response is a tool used to create interactive presentations. Speakers connect with audiences using simple, intuitive polling software and response devices. The software adapts to familiar programs, making it a matter of clicks before presenters are able to ask questions.

Applications include asking a group of employees what they really think about the new employee benefits or instantly assessing the proficiency of participants in compliance training - without counting a show of hands.

Learn how these systems can allow you to author and poll interactive slides natively in PowerPoint using software and devices to let you deliver and collect results from asynchronous tests and quizzes. Grading is instant and automatic.

About the Speaker:

Bill Ellis, CPA has been teaching adults and undergraduate students accounting and business courses in Greenville for the past ten years. By using innovative learning methods Bill’s classes are engaging and inspiring. Student response systems engage each student at an individual level. Concept mapping and learning portfolios allow each student to demonstrate what they’ve learned and how they can improve. Interactive course work guides students through difficult accounting scenarios.

Bill has been asked to speak at accounting workshops and conferences on accounting topics including business ethics.

Bill received his accounting degree from Furman University, a Masters of Professional Accountancy degree from Clemson University, and a post-graduate certificate in state and local taxation from the University of Wisconsin. Bill is a Certified Public Accountant licensed in SC, a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, and a member of the South Carolina Association of Certified Public Accountants.

Bill spent twenty years with Michelin North America in Greenville, SC and Akron, OH and five years as a senior tax accountant with Lockheed Martin. He currently teaches at Furman University as an adjunct instructor in the accounting department.



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