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Using Polling in Teaching and
Learning, Presentations, Workshops
Kristoffer Greaves
@pleagletrainer
I’ve used polleverywhere.com here – but there
are other services – look around and find the
one that suits your purposes a...
Open www.polleverywhere.com in your browser…
You can use their free trial – or set up a free educational user account
Polleverywhere dashboard
Create your poll
Set your question
Choose how your
can respond
Multiple Choice available
Or use an image – define
clickable areas
Your poll is ready…
Ways for your audience
to respond
(suggest presetting this
and emailing to audience)
n.b. Text incurs ...
Experiment with
options to display
results
• Spend time playing with set-up and options
before your first public outing
• Remind Audience - responses are anonymous
•...
• Allow time to discuss responses
• Consider mid-event, and near-end event
review of responses and discussion
• Consider f...
Using a Poll for Interactive Teaching, Presentations, Workshops
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Using a Poll for Interactive Teaching, Presentations, Workshops

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Quick walk-through for using poll everywhere for interactivity in presentations, workshops, and teaching and learning.

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Using a Poll for Interactive Teaching, Presentations, Workshops

  1. 1. Using Polling in Teaching and Learning, Presentations, Workshops Kristoffer Greaves @pleagletrainer
  2. 2. I’ve used polleverywhere.com here – but there are other services – look around and find the one that suits your purposes and style
  3. 3. Open www.polleverywhere.com in your browser… You can use their free trial – or set up a free educational user account
  4. 4. Polleverywhere dashboard Create your poll
  5. 5. Set your question Choose how your can respond
  6. 6. Multiple Choice available
  7. 7. Or use an image – define clickable areas
  8. 8. Your poll is ready… Ways for your audience to respond (suggest presetting this and emailing to audience) n.b. Text incurs carrier charges Controls to Activate + Stop Poll Can also set up Response via Twitter (requires Twitter Account)
  9. 9. Experiment with options to display results
  10. 10. • Spend time playing with set-up and options before your first public outing • Remind Audience - responses are anonymous • Web page response easiest and cheapest • Consider circulating link before event • Display link before and during event
  11. 11. • Allow time to discuss responses • Consider mid-event, and near-end event review of responses and discussion • Consider following up post-event with detailed responses where appropriate • N.B. free accounts have time limits on poll and retention of responses

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