Polling tools are useful in giving faculty immediate feedback on what students are learning. Professors can utilize polling by asking a variety of questions, and then seeing the students’ responses in real time. Faculty members can utilize the responses as a discussion point with the students, or ask students to submit remaining questions about the day’s activities.
- Example of using Poll Everywhere in the classroom
- Polling in the classroom
- Dartmouth Polling Research Guide
- Teacher’s guide to polling in the classroom
- Clicker Resource Guide (theory and technique)
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