Reflection: Routines and Procedures Student Polls: Real-Time Assessment in Biotechnology - Section 1: Overview

 

The creation of real-time assessments and the whole group discussions thru live audience polling has been a labor of love and patience with myself and my students. It took time to become comfortable with this practice and so I must mention that it took multiple reiterations and tweeks in the course as well as the classroom community to develop this method and so may be the case in your own practice. At this point I can move seamlessly between charting and aggregating student views to live polling and ultimately whole group discussion. Find your own rhythm and rotation and adapt the strategy to fit your own unique style and personality if you have decided to give this real-time assessment a whirl!!

  Routines and Procedures: Real-Time Assessing TAKES Time to Perfect!
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Student Polls: Real-Time Assessment in Biotechnology

Unit 4: Assessments in Biotechnology
Lesson 4 of 6

Objective: Students will be able to analyze feedback in order to determine how they can better meet lesson objectives or outcomes by engaging in open dialogue about data generated during live polling of class participants.

Big Idea: Student polling enables instructors to use student voice to drive every aspect of our instructional practice in real-time!

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