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David Hughes

Online polling for curriculum work

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Dear Colleagues,

I've recently been involved with an Australian company who have developed an online polling tool for education. This can be applied in two ways:

Firstly as a general student voting facility as at :

www.studentparliament.com

Secondly within an individual school sto allow students to vote continuously to support curriculum studies. For example Who killed JFK? (sorry John!) students could vote at the beginning, middle and end of the exercise and shifts in opinion could be noted and explored as at:

www.schoolpoll.com

Has anyone any experience of using such a technique as part of their class based work?

I'd welcome any feedback on its effectiveness.

David Hughes

www.myopeus.com/learningpost

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