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Straw Poll. Easy test makers. Blubbr - Play & create video trivia games. Zaption - Learn with Video. Geddit. Understoodit.com - Understand Your Students. Verso. Quiz Socket. Plickers - Clickers, Simplified.

A Free Student Response System for Teachers ExitTicket Student Response System. Free Web Polls - Online Polls - Free Online Poll - MicroPoll. - Five ways to connect with parents using Poll Everywhere. 0 Comments February 23, 2013 By: Lisa Nielsen Feb 23 Written by: 2/23/2013 3:13 PM ShareThis Poll Everywhere provides a terrific way to capture the thoughts, ideas, and opinions of parents.

Simply set up a multiple choice or free response poll, text parents the code, and have them text in their answers like they do on shows like American Idol.Poll Everywhere provides a quick and easy way to give parents a voice and a vote. 1) Back-to-School engagement Eric Sheninger, principal of New Milford High School in New Jersey suggests using Poll Everywhere during back to school nights. For more information visit Free classroom response system with Poll Everywhere Disclaimer: The information shared here is strictly that of the author and does not reflect the opinions or endorsement of her employer.

Alert to All Users of the Disqus commenting system: Because of a recent global security issue, the Disqus website recommends that all users change their Disqus passwords. Home | QuizSlides. Quizdini. Create Cloze Tests (Gap-Filling Exercises) and Online Quizzes. Socrative. Age Restrictions. You may only use the Site and Services if you are: (i) at least 13 years of age; or (ii) if you are under 13 years of age, with the consent of your teacher or a legal parent or guardian.

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Teachers and Educators. Changes. 12 Tools for Quickly Gathering Informal Feedback from Students. This morning I'm again facilitating a workshop with Greg Kulowiec. At the start of the session we introduced three tools for quickly gathering informal feedback from students. The three that we introduced were Socrative, Poll Everywhere, and TodaysMeet. But there are many other tools for quickly gathering informal feedback from students. Here are twelve tools that you can use to quickly gather informal feedback from students.

Urtak is a free and simple polling service that can be used on any blog or website. The polls you create can have multiple questions, but they must be "yes or no" questions. Kwiqpoll is a simple tool for quickly creating and posting polls. Hall.com is a service for quickly creating and hosting online collaboration spaces. Understoodit is a new web app for quickly gauging your students' understanding of information that you have shared with them. Simple Meet Me is a free service for quickly creating an online chat room with anyone you like. The Best Sites For Creating Online Polls & Surveys. I’m planning to involve readers more in ranking sites for some of my year-end “The Best…” lists, and so thought I would investigate various web applications that allow you to create online polls and surveys.

I wasn’t able to find exactly what I was looking for that would work for my purposes but, at the same time, I was able to identify a number of sites that would work great for most teacher or student surveys/polls. I have students create polls/surveys that they generally do face-to-face, but I expect that they will be making ones that could be used in our international Sister Classes Project — and those would have to be done online.

In addition, our mainstream ninth grade English classes might be creating some online polls, too. The criteria I used in to determine if a site would make this list included that it was: * accessible to English Language Learners and/or people who are not very computer savvy. * free-of-charge. * able to be embedded in a blog or website. SurveyRock SoGoSurvey.