Bringing interactive storybooks to life in the classroom

December 12, 2016 at 10:11 am | Posted in student response systems | Leave a comment
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I was invited by the Meetoo team to write a guest article for their blog, providing a bit more context to my recent post about the use of Meetoo in-class polling to enable students to control progress through a branching storyline. Read it here, including some confessions about my teenage years (roll 3D6 to make your saving throw against Spotty Nerds with Specs!)

Update: I found a video from Poll Everywhere in which a medic, Jeff Solheim, uses student voting on a trauma-injury scenario to show them how their choices affect the patient.

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