Response system for peer instruction in a folded sheet of paper
The Origami Answer Cards are a simple student response system that
does not need electronic hardware. Students simply fold a single
sheet of paper (it's easier than folding a Cootie Catcher) and then
show one of the 4 choices to the instructor to answer the question.
The package contains 4 different response cards, showing 1234 and 567? for questions with numerical choices, or ABCD and EFG? for questions with alphabetic choices.
The package also includes two sample questions to demonstrate the idea. The first asks what happens when blowing between two sheets of paper, which is a demonstration of Bernoulli's principle. If the student has folded two response cards they will have two spare sheets of paper so they can try it themselves.
See the file README.txt for more suggestions, notes, and references.