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  1. 1. Web 2.0 World<br />This information is designed to provide teachers with a directory of free web tools along with some suggestions as to how they may be used in the classroom. This week’s topic is: SURVEYS/POLLS.<br /><ul><li>ASK 500 – www.ask500people.com. Very easy to sign up, no downloads, free and tabs to show map/gender/overview, etc. It would be interesting to compare views from different parts of the world. There is also an option to comment on the survey. Answer this poll through ASK 500 at:</li></ul>http://www.ask500people.com/questions/do-you-use-online-poll-andor-online-surveys-with-your-students<br /><ul><li>POLL EVERYWHERE - http://www.polleverywhere.com/ . Easy to use, no downloads, can copy and edit other polls. Participants may use text messaging, twitter or the internet to vote. Easily embedded into powerpoint, blog, webpage. Displays real-time votes. Free version is more than enough for class of students. Participate in this embedded poll http://psdtechpd.wikispaces.com/Polls+and+Surveys .
  2. 2. PRO PROFS POLLS – free one question poll. Online access. Quick set up, no downloads. Easily embedded into a blog or webpage. Feel free to respond to this poll http://www.proprofs.com/polls/poll/?title=what-is-a-wiki .
  3. 3. SURVEY MONKEY – http://www.surveymonkey.com/ . Up to 10 free questions with up to 100 respondents. No downloads, easy set up with over 20 types of questions that can be asked (scale, comment, multiple choice, drop-down…), and live results. Check this handout which explains how to use this webtool in the classroom – many examples shown here: http://elementaryexplorations.wikispaces.com/file/view/Survey+Monkey+Handout.pdf
  4. 4. ZOOMERANG – http://www.zoomerang.com/ Free sign up has capability of using 30 questions per survey with up to 100 respondents. No downloads, easy to use. Can pre-assess student understanding on an upcoming topic, evaluate the unit studied….Can import into blogs, powerpoint.

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