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Use reaction buttons or emojis in a simple vote or to gauge the feelings in the room.
Check this short guide on the use of polling devices by Derek Bruff from the Center for Teaching at Vanderbilt University.
In this video, Harvard professor Eric Mazur describes how he leverages peer instruction using in-class polling technology.
Polleverywhere, Mentimeter, and Kahoot are three tools you can use to poll your students outside of Zoom. They can be used for online or in-person learning.
Learn how to create polls in this tutorial prepared by Zoom's team.
Learn how to launch, relaunch and share poll results in this tutorial prepared by Zoom's team.
In theses videos, Dan Levy and Eric Mazur demonstrate how they use interactive polls to check for understanding and peer discussion to clarify misunderstandings.