A PowerPoint Game for the Classroom: Gut or Group

Clickable image polls are one of Poll Everywhere’s most flexible question types, and that flexibility makes them perfect for PowerPoint games. Most tend to think of classics like Wheel of Fortune or Jeopardy when it comes to PowerPoint games, but Jackson P. Burley Middle School teacher Katherine Jacoby shared a particularly fun game for the… continue reading »

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How to let students choose learning objectives with Poll Ev + Post-it® Notes

Guest Post by Nicholas Provenzano, The Nerdy Teacher. Follow him on Twitter @thenerdyteacher Traditionally, I choose the learning objective of each lesson and unit, and decide how students are going to approach a certain piece of literature. I post the learning objective on Evernote and share it with students at the start of class. This… continue reading »

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No Email Address? No Problem! – Registering Participants or Students Without Email Accounts

There are two main ways to register and identify your respondents: An invitation link that you share and importing participants via uploading a list. (Need a quick review? Check out our last participant post here.) This post will discuss how to register participants, when you don’t have an email address for them. You can also… continue reading »

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