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Jen LaMaster

Director of Faculty Development, Brebeuf Jesuit Preparatory School.

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Professional look and feel Poll Everywhere gives you the power to design and customize polls to your own specifications. Match your presentation template, use your organization’s logo and color scheme, or let your own imagination run wild. A joy to use From creating your first poll in 30 seconds to importing multiple polls at a time to easily managing sub-users, Poll Everywhere puts the user first and makes it easy to create a rock star presentation.

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Ed Tech Reflections In my brief July hiatus from daily life at school, several topics have filtered through my less stressed brain. Time for reflection, without a timeline, is to be treasured… even if treasure does not automatically appear in the form of a report or initiative (that’s another topic though)… Today I am processing the idea of feedback versus evaluation through the lens of professional development. I live in Indiana… a state at the “forefront” of the Ed Reform Movement. 2012-13 marked the beginning of an evaluation system and pay scale tied to big testing, Student Learning Objectives and growth models (the state model is called RISE but districts can write their own model). Ed Tech Reflections
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