Polling. I love polling. It allows you to engage with a large group of students and comes with all sorts of side reasons to use.. assessment, active learning, demographics, attendance, etc.
But, we are strongly encouraging remote learning these days, as well as asynchronous learning. This means recording things. Turns out that zoom cuts polls clean out during a recording. The screen that is pops up in isn’t part of the recording, and even if you share your display and the poll is on your display when open and as you go through the results, that window is not part of the recording either.
argh. You could speak the poll question and verbally go over the findings, they just won’t be able to see anything or participate. So… perhaps a good time to bring Turning Technologies back into the mix??
Let me know what you think in the comments.