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Tag Archives: Poll Everywhere
This has been reblogged from my post at PLP Voices of the Learning Revolution. Teaching with SmartPhones Posted by Jennifer Carey on Nov 21, 2012 in The How of 21st Century Teaching, Voices, Web Tools That Deepen Learning | 0 comments If you ask educators … Continue reading
Today, I gave my talk “Cell Phones in the Classroom: From Enemy to Asset,” (see my previous post on preparing for it) for the Independent Curriculum Group at the beautiful campus of St. Stephen’s Episcopal School in Austin, TX. Here was … Continue reading
On January 3, I will be presenting a talk/workshop for the Independent Curriculum Group at St. Stephens Episcopal School in Austin. I’ve got 75 whole minutes to fill up and am a bit nervous about that – I mean, I love hearing … Continue reading
Today was the first time that I used Poll Everywhere (or @PE on twitter) in the classroom. I wrote about Poll Everywhere earlier in an article: “Poll Everywhere – a free/cheap Alternative to Polling Hardware.” In two of my classes it was … Continue reading