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In online and hybrid learning environment, '''Polls in Classroom''' [[File:New polls classroom.svg]]creates more interactivity and enhances engagement. '''Polls in Classroom''' enables you to quickly apply questions to your canvas. Simply press Presentation Mode [[File:Classroom presentation.svg|40px]] and start your activity! As you activate the Polls questions, the students will see options on their screen.   
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In online and hybrid learning environment, '''Polls in Classroom''' [[File:New polls classroom.svg]]creates more interactivity and enhances engagement. '''Polls in Classroom''' enables you to quickly apply questions to your canvas. Simply press Presentation Mode [[File:Classroom presentation.svg|40px]] and start your activity! As you activate the Polls questions, the students will see options on their screens.   
  
 
==Polls in different applications==
 
==Polls in different applications==
You can also find [[Polls_Quiz|Polls in Whiteboard]] in [[Whiteboard_for_Windows|Whiteboard for Windows]] and [[Whiteboard_for_Android|Android]]. Although the names are similar, functional-wise, Poll in Whiteboard and Classroom are different.
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You can also find [[Polls_Quiz|Polls in Whiteboard]] in [[Whiteboard_for_Windows|Whiteboard for Windows]] and [[Whiteboard_for_Android|Android]]. Although the names are similar, functional-wise, Polls in Whiteboard and Classroom are different.
 
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# [[Polls_Quiz|Polls in Whiteboard]] (Windows & Android): Provide more structural questions, collect feedback, and export test result for future review.<br>
 
# [[Polls_Quiz|Polls in Whiteboard]] (Windows & Android): Provide more structural questions, collect feedback, and export test result for future review.<br>
 
# [[Polls|Polls in Classroom]]: Quickly apply questions, interact with your students, and receive instant feedback.
 
# [[Polls|Polls in Classroom]]: Quickly apply questions, interact with your students, and receive instant feedback.
  
If you want to find out more about Poll in Whiteboard, visit [[Polls_Quiz|this article]].
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If you want to find out more about Polls in Whiteboard, visit [[Polls_Quiz|this article]].
 
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==Prepare your Polls==
 
==Prepare your Polls==
 
Read the following steps to properly set up your Polls questions. <br>
 
Read the following steps to properly set up your Polls questions. <br>
'''Polls in Classroom''' aims to conduct simple activities and quick interaction with students. Thus, the interphase only enables teacher to add buttons for students to click. To give questions, you can either write on the canvas or use a microphone.
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'''Polls in Classroom''' aims to conduct simple activities and quick interaction with students. Thus, the interphase only enables the teacher to add buttons for students to click. To give questions, you can either write on the canvas or use a microphone.
 
# Open [[File:MT 2 Magic Box.svg|40px]] [[Magic_Box|magic box]] and select Polls.
 
# Open [[File:MT 2 Magic Box.svg|40px]] [[Magic_Box|magic box]] and select Polls.
 
# Currently, two question types to choose from: [[File:Class true false.svg|40px]] '''True or False''' and [[File:Class polls multi.svg|40px]] '''Multiple Choice'''.
 
# Currently, two question types to choose from: [[File:Class true false.svg|40px]] '''True or False''' and [[File:Class polls multi.svg|40px]] '''Multiple Choice'''.
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==Edit on canvas==
 
==Edit on canvas==
Add your Polls question as an object to the canvas in preparation mode. <br>
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Add your Polls question as an object to the canvas in the preparation mode. <br>
 
# Click '''[[Selection|selection]]''' and select the Polls button you added previously.
 
# Click '''[[Selection|selection]]''' and select the Polls button you added previously.
 
# Perform '''delete, duplicate, copy, lock, and fit screen''' to the object.
 
# Perform '''delete, duplicate, copy, lock, and fit screen''' to the object.
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# Students should see a popup window that shows the Polls question.
 
# Students should see a popup window that shows the Polls question.
 
# Once the students select their answers, the teacher side receives immediate results.
 
# Once the students select their answers, the teacher side receives immediate results.
# Click '''Results''' to show the to the students.
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# Click '''Results''' to show the Summary of the results to the students.
  
 
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<gallery widths="550" heights="400">
File:Polls teacher side.gif|When you open a question in presentation mode, it appears in student side as well.
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File:Polls teacher side.gif|When you open a question in the presentation mode, it appears to students on their devices.
 
File:Polls student side 11.gif|Students can see the results at the same time.
 
File:Polls student side 11.gif|Students can see the results at the same time.
 
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Revision as of 14:47, 14 October 2021

Polls icon
New polls classroom.svg

In online and hybrid learning environment, Polls in Classroom New polls classroom.svgcreates more interactivity and enhances engagement. Polls in Classroom enables you to quickly apply questions to your canvas. Simply press Presentation Mode Classroom presentation.svg and start your activity! As you activate the Polls questions, the students will see options on their screens.

Polls in different applications

You can also find Polls in Whiteboard in Whiteboard for Windows and Android. Although the names are similar, functional-wise, Polls in Whiteboard and Classroom are different.

  1. Polls in Whiteboard (Windows & Android): Provide more structural questions, collect feedback, and export test result for future review.
  2. Polls in Classroom: Quickly apply questions, interact with your students, and receive instant feedback.

If you want to find out more about Polls in Whiteboard, visit this article.

Prepare your Polls

Read the following steps to properly set up your Polls questions.
Polls in Classroom aims to conduct simple activities and quick interaction with students. Thus, the interphase only enables the teacher to add buttons for students to click. To give questions, you can either write on the canvas or use a microphone.

  1. Open MT 2 Magic Box.svg magic box and select Polls.
  2. Currently, two question types to choose from: Class true false.svg True or False and Class polls multi.svg Multiple Choice.




Edit on canvas

Add your Polls question as an object to the canvas in the preparation mode.

  1. Click selection and select the Polls button you added previously.
  2. Perform delete, duplicate, copy, lock, and fit screen to the object.


Interactive with students

  1. Click Classroom presentation.svg to start interacting with students.
  2. Click the icon Class true false.svg / Class polls multi.svg to activate.
  3. Students should see a popup window that shows the Polls question.
  4. Once the students select their answers, the teacher side receives immediate results.
  5. Click Results to show the Summary of the results to the students.




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