Type in your question add different answers each one on a new line, choose your colour and size etc. As you do that, a code is generated lower down on the page.
When you are ready you simply copy the code into your web page or blog and publish it.
Users simply click on their answer and click vote and they are taken to a new page to see the results. try this one to see how it works:
This is really no frills stuff, but it is simple, quick and easy and also free. You don't even need to register or part with your email address. All user responses are anonymous.
This is a great tool to use with students
- All responses are anonymous so you can use this to get some honest feedback on your teaching if you are doing action research.
- You can create opinion polls based on videos from YouTube (just embed the video and poll questions in your blog page) or text.
- You can get students to create their own research polls for their peers and then discuss the results in class.
- You can use it to get some feedback on your blog.
- Students who write blogs can use it to get quick responses from readers.
- You could even use it as a comprehension check for online text audio or video activities that you create for your students.
I think this is a great simple tool that is really easy to use. I hope you find a good use for it. So what do you think?
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