Physics 11 – This year every student of mine has their own Plicker card. In previous years I kept one laminated set of plickers but it was a bit of a pain to work with. It took time to hand out and collect, and it was too difficult to ensure that each student had the card number that they were assigned to. What I did this year was combine a plicker with mini whiteboards. Each student received a plicker card printed on regular A sized paper, one A sized sheet of card stock. These where then slid inside a plastic sheet protector and voila! Not only do they have a plicker card but they have an erasable surface for questions that involve writing down an answer or graph. For example, I can ask students to predict the v-t graph of an object’s motion. I still use Peer Instruction with Plickers and it continues to be a solid system to use.