Thursday, July 2, 2015

Plickers: Collecting Student Input Without Devices, #2015UTC

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Today's back channel:

As I encourage teachers throughout the nation to integrate technology into their curriculum, many feel they are limited by access to devices or computers.  Plickers allows this type of teacher to still experience the capabilities of technology with only Plicker cards and an iPad, iPhone, or Android.  Use the presentation below to guide your learning on this helpful tool.  I'd love you to share your ideas on our back channel and tell more about your learning experience on a quick survey below. 

If you are attending this session live, bring your device, and we'll start a free account to begin utilizing this amazing tool.    

*Please share your input about your experience through this quick exit ticket, even if you took this session on-line. Thank you!


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