Sunday, January 27, 2013

Using Texting to Assess

I am a big fan of The Teaching Channel videos and recently came across this video of Sarah Brown Wessling using Polleverywhere and Word Clouds to do quick assessments of student learning.  It is a really quick example of how basic texting can help with quick assessments at the beginning of class.

2 comments:

Ace Oraiz said...

I like your blog about cell phones. thanks

alfred said...

I agree that mobile phones are useful for learning and they can be a big help for others that are not aware of it. E_cell

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