Brief abstracts of conference sessions will be listed here once the final program has been confirmed.
Title: Using Interactive Polling Software to Engage & Support Students
Lead Presenter: Spencer, Mai Linh
Session Abstract: Students overwhelmingly report that polling helps them learn, self-assess, and engage with both the material and the classroom community. Polls are not only an important formative assessment tool; they can also spark policy discussions, build community, and even contribute to student well-being. An enthusiastic but unsophisticated user, Mai Linh Spencer has found polling to be invaluable when teaching a large doctrinal class, because it allows her to connect with each individual student. She has also used polling in small classes to ensure greater participation and understanding. She will demonstrate a range of possible uses of polls, from comprehension checks to classroom community-building to student well-being audits. The workshop itself will be conducted in part through polls, using PollEverywhere software.
See full list of abstracts here.