Socrative Learning Module Website 5-8-2015

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Consent form to participate in a research study
Using Socrative as a smart student response system for student assessment in higher education
Aloha and Welcome
My name is Youssef Hadiri and I am a graduate student in the Department of Learning Design and Technology at the University of
Hawai’i at Manoa. As a partial fulfillment of my Master’s program, I am conducting a research project.Are you a professor or a
teaching assistant who is eager to use technology to assess students? If the answer is YES, then you have come to right place. The purpose of this research project is to develop and evaluate a web-based learning module for university faculty to learn how to
use Socrative as a smart student response system for student assessment at UH Manoa. A student response system is a wireless
system that consists of handheld devices known as clickers and a receiver that electronically stores students’ responses. The
instructors use the student response system to evaluate students' understanding and provide them with instant feedback. Unlike the
physical student response system; Socrative is a 2.0 web-based smart student response system that requires no software to load and
no set up to be done. All that is needed is a device with a web browser and internet connection. The ultimate goal of this research
project is to help university faculty use a 21st century technology tool to assess students and provide instant feedback with the intent
to improve the learning process.
Participation in this project is voluntary.You have been asked to participate in this study because you are at least 18 years old,
you are a university faculty member or a teaching assistant at UH Mānoa, and you own a laptop or an iPhone. This project requires
you to have access to a laptop or an iPhone as it will be used to access the learning module materials online. The study is to take
approximately two hours during a one-week period. Project Description – Activities and Time Commitment
Participation in this study will involve four tasks; completing a pre survey, reviewing an instructional module on a website, and
completing a post test and a post survey. Participants will start with the pre survey that includes questions regarding demographics,
attitudes and present practices. Participants will then go through an online learning module (website) that consists of three sections.
The first section provides information on how to register, create, and log in to the Socrative teacher account. The second section
includes information on how to create and edit quizzes. The third section includes information on how to analyze data, generate
reports and transfer results online. Finally, participants will complete a post-test and a post survey to complete the study.
Socrative is a free 2.0 web tool. Both, you and your students can use it anytime anywhere. The online learning module will take about
two hours to complete. You may use the module as a guide to help you learn more about this 2.0 web tool. At the end of the study,
you will be asked to complete a post-test and survey that includes questions about your overall satisfaction with the module, post
knowledge about Socrative, and feedback on the module design. You will be asked to complete the post-test and survey at the end of
the week. Information regarding deadlines will be posted in the module.
Benefits and Risks:
The benefits of participating in this research project include learning how to use an innovative 2.0 web-based technology in your
classroom, and how to visualize your students’ understanding through viewing quiz results in real time. There is a minimal risk to you
in participating in this project. The surveys and tests in the module are not meant to assess your individual performance, but to
evaluate the effectiveness of the instructional module (website). Voluntary Participation:
Participation in this research study is voluntary. As a participant, you have full authority to discontinue your participation in this project
at any time, by notifying the researcher. There will be no penalty or loss of benefits. If you do agree to participate, you can stop at any
time. If you feel uncomfortable answering any of the questions on the tests and surveys, you may skip those items. Please read the
information in this consent form thoroughly before taking part in the research. You may print a copy of this consent form for your
records and future reference.
Confidentiality and Privacy Your participation will be completely anonymous. When you visit the website, please review the online consent and proceed to the next
page of the module by clicking the submit button at the bottom of the home page. After you click submit, you will be prompted to
create and use a fake name/username for the pre and post surveys and tests, for matching purposes only. Please do not include any
identifying personal information in your surveys/test responses. You will use a pseudonym (fake name) when completing the surveys
and tests. You can create your fake username using your favorite computer brand combined with the name of your favorite pet. For
example, HP for favorite computer brand and Lexi for pet name. Therefore, the pseudonym would be HPLexi. You would use the same
fake name on each pre and post survey and test you complete. Using the fake name ensures the anonymity of your responses. No
one, not even the researcher, will be able to link your responses to any identifying information.
Right to Ask Questions:
Please contact Youssef Hadiri (Researcher) at hadiri@hawaii.edu or at (808) 485-9995 with questions or concerns about this study. For
any other questions or concerns you may have, please contact my Advisor, Dr. Christine Irvine at sorens@hawaii.edu or at (808) 9563910 . If you have questions about your rights as a research participant, you may contact the UH IRB Human Studies Program at (808)
956-5007 or uhirb@hawaii.edu.
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Thank you for your interest in participating in this research study. Now, I would like to walk you through the goals and objectives of
this learning module before you begin navigating the website
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This pre-survey is designed to gather background information regarding demographics, attitudes, technology use, and teaching
practices for the study purposes only, and is not meant to assess your individual performance. Please complete this pre survey before
you go through the instructional module. Please enter the same fake name you will create for all surveys/tests you will complete in
this study. Mahalo.
Pre-Survey
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1- What is your age range?
2- What is your gender?
Under 25
Male
25-35
Female
36-46
I prefer not to answer
3-Please specify your Ethnicity, Origin (or
Race).
White
Hispanic or Latino
Native American or Native Hawaiian
47-57
Black or African American
Over 58
Asian
Prefer not to say
Pacific Islander
Other
I prefer not to answer
4- What is your highest education level?
Bachelors
Masters
Phd
Other
7- Which of the following do you currently
use? (select all that apply)
Laptop
Smartphone
Tablet
Desktop computer
5- How long have you been teaching at the
college level?
6- Please rate your level of experience using
student response system/Clickers.
Less than 1 year
Never heard of it
1-5 years
I heard of it but I don’t use it
6-9 years
I use it sometimes
More than 10 years
I regularly use it
8- How computer literate you consider
yourself?
Novice- I don’t know how to use a
computer
Beginner - I can log in to my account
and send email
Average - I can create word/PowerPoint
documents, send emails, use software
Expert - computer savvy
9- How often do you use technology in your
classroom?
Very often
Often
Seldom
Never
10- Which of the following technologies you
currently use to assess your students?
(check all that apply)
Laulima
ProctorU
Socrative
11-How comfortable are you using
technology in the classroom?
12-How likely would you use Socrative in
your classroom?
Very comfortable
Very likely
Somewhat comfortable
Likely
Somewhat uncomfortable
Neutral
Very uncomfortable
Unlikely
Physical clickers
Very unlikely
Other
I do not use any technologies for
assessment
13 -I prefer to learn new information in
Face-to-face group settings
Online
One-on-one tutoring
Not sure
14-Have you attended a technology-based training program,
either online or face to face in the last year?
Never
Only once
3 to 5 times
More than 5 times
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Lesson 3: Data
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Lesson 1: Create Socrative Teacher Account
The primary goal of this lesson is to assist you in accessing the Socrative website, registering
and creating your Socrative teacher account. In this lesson, you will initially learn what is a
student response system and what types are available to you to assess your students. You
will also learn about the difference between physical and web-based student response
systems also known as clickers. What is Socrative?
Socrative is a free web-based student
response system that can be used on
any device such
as smartphones, laptops, and
tablets. Student response systems help
instructors engage, assess and provide
instant feedback to students. Unlike
physical student response systems
/clickers, Socrative is a web based
student response system/clicker that
requires no software to load and no set up to be done. All that is
needed is a device with a web browser and internet access. It is
that simple. Socrative enables instructors to gauge students'
understanding while delivering instruction and conduct real-time
assessment and data collection via quick quizzes. In this
module, we will walk you through how to access the Socrative
website, create a Socrative teacher account,and familiarize
yourself with this interesting application that accommodates
both Android
and iOS platforms.
What are clickers?
Physical clickers provide
in-class student polling
technology that consists
of wireless handheld
To play the video above, please click on the button in the center
of video.
devices and a receiver.
This system usually
requires both hardware
and software setup and a
receiving device.This technology is designed to assess students,
provide instant feedback, and create an engaging and inviting
learning environment that is meant to maximize active learning
within the classroom, especially in large enrollment lectures.
To play the video above, please click on the button in
the center of the video.
Web-based VS physical clickers.
According to various research studies, physical response systems are believed to improve students’ learning through increasing
engagement and instructor feedback. However, previous research studies reported some challenges of using these systems that
include technology malfunction, hardware issues when the system doen’t function properly, instructor familiarity with the system and
clickers hardware expenses. Socrative, which is a free web based student response system/clicker, is seen as a replacement to
physical clickers. Socrative requires no software to load and no set up to be done. All that is needed is a device with a web browser
and internet connection.
Socrative 2.0 Overview Chart
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How to create a Socrative teacher account
To create a Socrative teacher account, you will need
to visit the Socrative website and register. To
access the Socrative website. Please click here. You
can also access the Socrative website by
visiting google search engine and typing in the
word Socrative in the search bar. When you visit the
website,The Socrative website homepage should
look like the image above.
Please note that you are not required to create a Socrative teacher
account if you prefer to sign in using your Google email account. To
register and create a Socrative teacher account, please follow the steps
below.
1- Visit the Socrative website. Click here for a quick access.
2-Click on get a free account highlited text in blue. See image above.
3- A teacher registration webpage will appear. Fill in the required
information to register. Type in your name, email, password. Then
select your organization, role, and agree to to the terms. Then click
submit button to create an account. See image below.
4- After you submit the information, you will be automatically directed to your new Socrative teacher account. You can learn more
about this web 2.0 tool by clicking on the user guide. To download the Socrative user guide, please click download file below.
socrative_user_guide.pdf
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How to sign in to your Socrative account
After you create a Socrative teacher account, you will need to sign in before you
can start using Socrative web tool. Signing in to Socrative is easy. All you need to do is enter your email address
and your password you used in teacher registration and click sign in. See
image below.
How to sign in to Socrative teacher account with Google email
You can also sign in to Socrative teacher account using your Google email
account. Note: You don't need to create a Socrative teacher account if
you prefer to sign in using your Google email account. To do so, you will
need to only click on sign in with Google button highlighted in red.See image
below
Once you sign in, you will be automatically directed to your
new Socrative teacher account. The teacher dashboard should appear with a
welcome to Socrative message. See image below.
How students can log in to Socrative to complete a quiz. To complete a Socrative quiz, students will need to log in to the teacher's
room. When you sign in to your Socrative teacher account, there will be a
room number on the center of the dashboard. Please provide this number to
all your students completing the Socrative quiz. Without this number,
students will not be able to log in and see your quiz. Please see the image
below to locate the room name/number. Once your students receive the room number, they can visit the Socrative
website to log in. Click here for a quick access.They will need to click on
student log in button right next to teacher log in button. After they click on
it, they will need to enter the room number/name and click join room to be
able to see your quiz/activity. See image below.
Module
1 Activity
After you create your Socrative teacher account, sign in and locate your room number. Please take some time to familiarize yourself
with the Socrative platform by exploring its innovative features. Use another mobile device/laptop to log in as a student.
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Lesson 2: Create Formative assessment using Socrative In this lesson, you will learn how to create formative Assessment tools using
the Socrative platform. You will learn how to create quizzes using multiple
choice, true/false and short answer questions. You will also learn how to
edit, manage quizzes you created. You can learn about the Socrative space
race and exit ticket activities in the other resources section. Teacher Dashboard Overview
The image below is an overview of the teacher dashboard. It explains in
details each feature on the dashboard screen. Once you sign in, you will be
able to view your teacher dashboard that contains five icons shown in the
image below. We will be covering start a quiz,quick question, and manage
quizzes options in this lesson as they are the ones we will use to create and
edit quizzes. To learn about space race and exit ticket, please visit the
other resources section. The type of questions included are MC for multiple
choice question, (TF) for true/false and (SA) short answer question. To play the video above, Please click on the
button in the center of the video.
How to create & editing quizzes using Socrative Platform
1-How to start a quiz
When you click start a quiz, a screen should show a little message
saying "it looks like you don't have any quizzes". There will be a
grey button below that asks you to create a quiz. You can only
use start a quiz option to create your first quiz. After you create
your first quiz, the start a quiz button is used to administer
quizzes that you have already created. If you want to create new
quizzes, you will have to click on the blue button below that
says "manage quizzes", then click on create a quiz.
Note: Start a quiz option is used to administer quizzes you have
already created. If you want to create a quiz, you will need to go
to manage quizzes and then click create a quiz. After you click create a quiz. a page similar to the one below will show up asking you
to name your quiz, and add a question to your quiz. You can use multiple choice, true/false and/or short answer to create your quiz.
You can add and share your quiz with other instructors if you prefer. To create a quiz using true/false question type for example.
Please follow the steps below.
1-Name your quiz.
2-Type in the question you want to use in false/true box.
3-Choose correct answer
4-Provide explanation if the answer is false
5-Add image if you prefer (Optional)
6-Click save and exit button on the top right corner. See image
on the left of the screen.
After you have created your first quiz, you can share it with
your students. To do so, you will have to provide them with
room number so that can log in to the website or the Socrative
app and enter the room number to participate. Note, once you
create your first quiz using start a quiz button, you can no
longer start another quiz using that option. To create new
quizzes, please click on manage quizzes then create a quiz.
You can also create a quiz using 2 or 3 types of questions. This video will walk you through creating Socrative quizzes
using different types of questions.It explains in details how
to create a quiz on Socrative. The video also briefly talks
about editing a quiz in socrative.To play this video, Please
click on the button in the center of the video.
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How to start Quick Question
The quick question is a feature in Socrative that doesn't require you to do
any previous preparation to gauge your students' understanding. You can
use this feature to gather your students responses regarding a particular
topic. You can start a quick question by clicking on the quick question icon
on the teachers dashboard. After you click on the quick question icon, you
will need to choose what type of question you want to ask. For instance, If
you choose to click on short answer, you will either need to type in your
question or verbally ask your students. You can choose how many answers
you will allow your students and if you want to identify your students
responses or keep them anonymous. The video below will walk you
through starting your quick question option.
This video will walk you through how to start your quick question feature
using the short answer option. It is very convenient option for you if you
want to gauge your students understanding about a certain topic or see
where they are while conducting your lecture. To play this video, Please
click on the button in the center of the video.
How to edit and manage quizzes on Socrative
Editing a quiz in
Socrative is an
easy task. To do
so, please follow
the steps below.
1-Click on
manage quizzes
button on your
Socrative
dashboard. As shown below
Editing a Socrative quiz
2-Click on my quizzes on
3-Once you click
the bottom left icon. As
shown below.
on my quizzes
button, a list of all
of your Socrative
quizzes will
appear. You will
need to click on
the specific quiz
you want to edit. Once you click on the quiz you want to edit,
four types of options will appear including the editing
option. See image below. Go ahead and click on edit. Don't
forget to click save quiz once you finish editing as you might
loose data if you refresh the page or when you return to
Socrative teacher dashboard.. The video below provides an overview of how to access your quizzes and edit them.To play this video, Please click on the button in the
center of the video.
Module 2 Activity
After reviewing the module 2 and based on what you have learned. Please create a Socrative quiz of your choice using two types of
questions and implement it with a partner using Socrative platform either with mobile devices such as smartphones, tablets..etc or
your PC or laptop. Here are the instructions to complete the activity.
1- Create a socrative quiz using two types of questions. (example: Multiple choice and Short answer, or true/false and Short answer).
2- Find a partner to practice with implementing the quiz you created using Socrative. You can practice with a colleague, student, family
member,or a friend.
3- Share your overall experiences creating and implementing your Socrative quiz in the box below.
Please share your experiences in here
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Lesson 3: Data Analysis and Transfer
In this lesson, you will learn how to generate reports, analyze your students responses
and transfer formative Assessment data online using the Socrative platform. You will
learn how to visualize your students understanding by viewing, downloading live
results and sharing instant feedback with your students. Socrative Reports Overview
There are different types of reports Socrative offers.
You can generate the type of report that fits you
needs. After the completion of administering a quiz,
you can either email a report to your email address,
you can download in excel spreadsheet, or you can
instantly view a general report chart by clicking view
chart. Socrative also offers individual student report
on each quiz or question specific report in pdf
format. The reports chart on the right screen
explains in details each feature you may encounter
while generating your reports.
How to generate Socrative reports
To generate a Socrative quiz report. Please follow the steps below. 1- Click on the manage quicks button located on your teacher dashboard.
2-After you click on manange quizzes, another screen pops up showing 4
selections. Then click on reports.See images below.
3- After you click on reports button, a list of all your quizzes will pop up. You
can locate the report you want to view by name or by recent. After you locate
the quiz report you want to review, click on it. A selection should appear
asking you how would you like to receive the report, via email, download,
google drive, etc.. See image above for details.
When you click on manage quizzes button (see image above), the reports
button on the image below pops up. Click on it to access all your quiz reports.
You also have the option to download the individual student's pdf and the pdf
of each specific question answered by a student. It is a perfect tool to provide
thorough feedback to each student. You can choose to view later if you are
conducting multiple quizzes and you want to provide feedback after all
quizzes are completed. How to analyze Socrative reports data
After you generate reports following the steps above and download your
reports, you will be able to see a DETAILED feedback report on a class
excel. See image below. The excel sheet provides details regarding
students names, overall scores, graded responses based on each
student's responses. The correct responses are highlighted in green, the
incorrect responses are highlighted in red. Socrative excel reports
include short answer responses. You can adjust student grades by
reviewing all the answers including the short answers. There are different types of reports you can generate after you
administer a Socrative quiz. You can download a complete detailed
excel spreadsheet, or you can download an individual student's
responses pdf or even single question/response pdf. The image
attached is of an individual student report.
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Socrative Live results for instant feedback
This image below shows what instructors view on smartphones/ mobile devices when the quiz on Socrative is
still in progress. After your students finish the quiz, you can provide instant feedback to your students
regarding their answers. Answers highlighted in RED are incorrect, the answers highlighted in GREEN are
correct. You can follow the steps above to download the whole class excel report to provide DETAILED
feedback. As students take each quiz you administer, you can view how
many students are taking the quiz, how many have answered
the questions, and even the percentage of responses is shown
right when students are still taking your quiz. The image below
shows what instructors view on their laptop when the quiz is
still in progress. The following image shows what you will see when they run a
teacher paced quiz. The teacher paced feature will allow you to see
the students correct answers right while the quiz is still in
progress. 5the correct answers are highlighted in green. This
feature will also allow you to show or hide your pre-written
question explanation. How to share and import Socrative quizzes.
This video will walk you through on how to share and import
quizzes on Socrative platform. You can use a quiz shared with
you by another instructor. You can share a quiz you create with
your collegues just by enabling the sharing option.To play this
video, Please click on the button in the center of the video.
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1- A student response system (SRS) is …
2- Socrative is …
A wireless response system
A wireless handheld device/clicker
A handheld device/clicker
A web-based student response system
A receiver that electronically gathers
student responses
An operating system software
A response receiver
Phone number and email address
Full name and email address
Full name and home Address
Email and home address
All of the above
4- To sign in to Socrative teacher account,
instructors need
3-To create a Socrative account, teachers will
need
5- You can sign in to Socrative account using
your Google account.
6- What type of information do students
need to participate in a Socrative quiz?
Phone number and a password
True
Student account log in information
Username and a password
False
Teacher account log in information
Email address and a password
Password
Only an email address
Room number
7-Can a group of students participate in a
Socrative quiz by taking turns using only
one mobile device?
Yes
No
8-What type of quizzes can teachers create
using Socrative?
9- Can teachers edit quizzes once they are
saved?
Only multiple choice
Yes
Only open ended
No
Multiple choice and open ended
True/false and multiple choice
All of the above
10- Can you create a Socrative quiz using
both true/false and multiple choice?
Yes
No
13- To provide DETAILED instant feedback to
the entire class right after each Socrative
quiz, instructors need to
View live results report data on Google
drive
Download and view live results report data
11- Can teachers check how many students
responded while the quiz is still on
progress?
12- Socrative live results can show up on any
teacher device (ex: computer, iPhone, iPad,
laptop)
Yes
True
No
False
14-Instructors can only email and download
the live reports data?
True
False
15-If an instructor decides to view the report
later, how can s/he retrieve that report?
on Excel sheet
Email the report data to the teacher
account.
Click on view chart option
16-The overall purpose of Socrative is to
Save instructors time when assessing students
Assist instructors in modifying instruction through instant
feedback
Support students learning through instant feedback
All of the above
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1-The instructional design module was easy
to use.
2- The directions in the module were easy to
follow.
Strongly agree
Strongly agree
Agree
Agree
Neutral
Neutral
Disagree
Disagree
Strongly disagree
Strongly disagree
4-The information in the module has helped
me understand how to use Socrative.
5- I feel more knowledgeable about student
response systems
3-The surveys and tests were easy to fill out.
Strongly agree
Agree
Neutral
Diagree
Strongly disagree
6- The use of videos in the module was
useful for learning.
Strongly agree
Strongly agree
Strongly agree
Agree
Agree
Agree
Neutral
Neutral
Neutral
Disagree
Disagree
Disagree
Strongly disagree
Strongly disagree
Strongly disagree
7- How would you rate the instructional
content of the module.
8- The length of each section in the module
was manageable.
9- The use of technology made learning more
interesting
Excellent
Strongly agree
Strongly agree
Very good
Agree
Agree
Good
Neutral
Neutral
Fair
Disagree
Disagree
Poor
Strongly disagree
Strongly disagree
10- I felt that the learning module was
engaging.
Strongly agree
Agree
Neutral
Disagree
Strongly disagree
11-Which of the following technologies will
you use to assess your students? (Check all
that apply)
12-After completing the module, how
comfortable are you using technology in the
classroom?
Laulima
Very comfortable
ProctorU
Somewhat comfortable
Socrative
Somewhat uncomfortable
Physical clickers
Very uncomfortable
I will not use any technologies for
assessment
Other
13-After completing the module, how likely
would you use Socrative in your classroom.
Definitely
14- After completing the module, what are
your impressions regarding learning new
information online?
15- The design of the module was appealing
to me.
Strongly agree
Probably
Agree
Neutral
Neutral
Probably not
Disagree
Definitely not
Strongly disagree
16- How would you rate the web-based
learning module?
17-What did you find particularly useful
about the module?
18-What did you find particularly not useful
about the module?
Excellent
Very good
Good
Fair
Poor
Any comments for improvements/overall experience
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How to access Socrative using your mobile devices For teachers: Socrative offers a teacher and student app that
supports both Android and iOS operating systems. You can use
your iphones, ipads, and android smartphones to use the
Socrative teacher/student app. To download the Socrative teacher
app, you will need to visit the app store on your device to
download it. Clik here for a quick access if you are an Android
user or here for iphone users. You can also type in the search bar
the word Socrative and it should automaticaly pop up.The image
on left shows update instead of download as i have already
downloaded it. The Socrative app is free of charge and labeled
teacher with an orange logo. See image on left.
For Students: Students can use their iphones, ipads, and android
smartphones to use the Socrative student app which supports
both Android and iOS operating systems. They can use their own
devices to download the Socrative student app and use it to
complete the quizzes and activities. To do so, students will need
to visit the app store on your device and download it. To
learn more about the student app and share it with your
students, Click here for a quick access If you are an Andriod user
or here for iphone users. Students can also type in the search bar the word Socrative student and
it should automaticaly pop up.The image below shows update instead of download as i have
already downloaded it. The Socrative app is free of charge and labeled student with a blue logo.
See image on right.
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How to Start a Space Race
Space race is an engaging game in Socrative platform. You can use this innovative game to engage your students in meaningful
learning. Space race is a game where teams of students answer questions in rocket race style. The team that gets their rocket the
furthest across the screen and answers more questions wins the game. Check out the video, which is a demo about how to conduct
space race in class,to learn more about how to conduct this fun game.
How to start an Exit Ticket
Exit ticket is a fun student instant feedback gathering tool. You can monitor your students' understanding as they head out the door by
conducting this quick activity. You can gather responses on their comfort with the material as well as answers to questions you create
in real time or prepare before class. This activity comes with generalized questions about courses/ classes such as how did you find
today's materials or how well did you understand today's class for instance. Check out the video, which is a demo about how to
conduct exit ticket in class,to learn more about exit ticket.
Other resources to learn more about Socrative 2.0 web tool
Visit the resources webpage on the Socrative website to learn more about this innovative tool. For a quick access,
please click here.
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