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Wednesday, July 18, 2012

Tool #6



I can see students asking their peers survey questions through Poll Everywhere in order to collect organized data in each content area (what is your favorite genre? which hero in our social studies discussions have you admired the most? what is your favorite kind of animal?). Students can then record and use their data for various purposes (paper graphs, graphs on the computer, research goal, etc.). I can see myself using it in order to get quick feedback on lessons, activities, student thinking, formative assessments, project ideas and more; it's nice that you can have multiple choice style or free response answers.

http://www.polleverywhere.com/multiple_choice_polls/MTkxNTcwNTc5Mg

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1 comment:

  1. Amanda, I love the idea of using Poll Everywhere in your classroom. Through the Active Board this would be such a fun and easy tool to use!

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