Candid Conversations: Teaching with Poll Everywhere
Using interactive polling activities to support learning
- 3/31/23 Panopto Recording - "Candid Conversation: Teaching with Poll Everywhere" [CC enabled]
- Poll Everywhere FAQ Collection
- Poll Everywhere instructor monthly training sessions
Poll Everywhere self-paced training series (request UMBC presenter access, if you do not already have it, for access)
Please join us for a candid conversation showcasing how UMBC faculty are using Poll Everywhere to enhance learning and engagement. Whether you want to invigorate your lectures, collect instant feedback, or facilitate interactive learning, UMBC faculty are demonstrating how Poll Everywhere can be a powerful tool.
During this session, UMBC instructors will share their strategies for integrating Poll Everywhere activities in their courses and explore how polls have enriched class discussions, participation, and assessment.
Featured Faculty Guests:
Dr. John Schumacher
Department of Sociology, Anthropology, and Public Health
College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences
Dr. Tara Carpenter
Department of Chemistry & Biochemistry
College of Natural and Mathematical Sciences
Dr. Md Osman Gani
Department of Information Systems
College of Engineering and Information Technology
This session will be facilitated by Josh Abrams, Instructional Design Specialist, and Dr. Peter Ariev, Instructional Design Specialist.
Please click "Going Virtually" below and add this event to your calendar.
This session will take place in a virtual conference room. On the date/time of the event, please join the session by clicking "Join Online Event" above. The meeting link will be added to this event page in advance of the session.
At least 5 registrations are needed for this session to proceed as scheduled. The session will be recorded if two or more people attend and the link will be distributed to everyone who registered.
Pictured: Drs. John Schumacher, Tara Carpenter, and Md Osman Gani