Polling in the Classroom

During this workshop, we’ll learn how polling in the classroom can be used to improve student engagement. Since polling is anonymous and includes all of your students, faculty have found it to be a great tool for starting discussions and preparing for exams. Learn what the entire class thinks about a topic or understands about a concept, rather than relying on a couple vocal students. We’ll also talk about best-practices for using polls and discuss how they can be tailored to your teaching style. For more information, to sign up or to schedule a one-on-one consultation contact John-Mark Ikeda, jikeda@law.berkeley.edu .