How Teachers Use Polling in Google Classroom

The following are creative ways teachers are using polling in their classrooms.
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The following are creative ways teachers are using polling in their classrooms.

1. Post exit tickets 

Cindy Nordstrom, a teacher at Oak Ridge Elementary School in Minnesota, uses polling to make sure students understand the main points of a lesson. She explains, “We were studying poetry and talking about novels in verse. Since this was the first time that most students had encountered the format, I wanted to see if they knew what novels in verse were. I created this poll as an exit slip for the class. I could click on students’ answers and see their names associated with their response. This helped me get an at-a-glance view of who understood the concept and who didn't.”

Read more. Source: 4 ways to use polling in Google Classroom

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