Last Updated on September 16, 2022
If your teacher has locked student responses for this slide, you can view the results in the Teacher Dashboard. Locked responses are not visible to students. Teachers can open them to read the responses in the classroom. Once students have responded to the question, you can see the responses on your device or projector screen. When your teacher has locked responses for this slide, the responses are anonymous. You can also close the current question in the Teacher Dashboard.
In Projector View, you can control which responses are visible. To open the teacher dashboard, click on the ellipsis button (…) in the navigation bar. On the dashboard, you can highlight good examples and common misconceptions. You can view all responses or just the starred ones. By default, responses are shown in Projector View. You can also hide the responses that are locked by your teacher.
To view the student responses, you can click the corresponding lock icon. The lock icon will be visible on the lock icon next to the student name. This lock icon will prevent students from replying to questions without your permission. Alternatively, you can choose to show anonymous responses and view the comments from both students and the teacher. Using this feature will help you improve school climate and culture. Your teacher has locked responses for this slide in Projector View.
Pear Deck will also allow you to ask multiple-choice questions and share student responses. The teacher will not see the students’ names on the screen of the projector, but the student can write down their answers and submit them to the teacher. The teacher can also see what they’ve answered before. You can lock responses for a specific slide in the Projector View by selecting a lock icon.
Poll Everywhere Google Slides Add-On
If you’re an educator and you’ve been struggling to include live audience participation in your presentation, consider using Poll Everywhere. This simple add-on allows you to create polls and surveys right within Google Slides, and the results can be viewed immediately. You can include multiple choice questions, free response questions, live word clouds, and even rank order, all from the comfort of your presentation. Poll Everywhere is available as a menu option within Google Slides.
The Poll Everywhere Google Slides Add-On for your educator’s presentation can be embedded into your slide or placed into the menu bar of your presentation. After installing it, you’ll need to create an account with SurveyMonkey, which has a free version that allows you to schedule polls and poll between 25 and 40 respondents. You can also customize your polls and surveys with your LSP’s email address.
This Chrome extension allows you to create polls and reviews anywhere on your slide. Poll Everywhere includes a guide on how to add answers to questions and collect responses. If you’re unsure how to start, here’s a quick guide. Once you’ve installed the plugin, simply follow the instructions in the Add-On’s Help Center to get started.
You can also add polls on a specific slide or create a new one. With the Poll Everywhere add-on for your teacher, you can create activities, collect responses, and present them in various ways. The best part is, the Poll Everywhere extension is free and available for educators and students alike. It’s easy to use and will help you incorporate audience participation into your presentation.
In addition to polls, you can also create surveys and evaluation forms for your students with ease. After installing the add-on, you’ll be taken to a dashboard for your polls and surveys. You can also lock responses or unlock responses to your slide. You can create as many surveys and evaluation forms as you want and then present them to your students. But don’t forget to activate your teacher account before you use it.
Controlling student responses in teacher dashboard
In the Teacher Dashboard, you can control which student responses appear on the projector view. To access this view, click the ellipsis button (…) in the navigation bar. After you launch the dashboard, you’ll see a list of all the responses in the session, including good examples and common misconceptions. To hide a response, simply click the More Actions (3-dot) button.
Once you’ve enabled this setting, you can open the student view and check whether students have left comments or support. When they’ve posted a message, the student’s speech bubble is gray, indicating that the teacher has left feedback for them. Clicking the speech bubble will open the message, which students can read. If you’d prefer to hide comments or feedback for this slide, disable the option for students to respond.
You can also share the Projector View with the class to review student responses and feedback. Pear Deck is a great tool to improve school culture and climate. By sharing the Projector View, you can review student responses in real time and even lock individual responses. It’s also possible to share the Dashboard with your students to get a full view of what’s happening in your lesson. If you want to control student responses for this slide, you can share the link to Pear Deck in your teacher dashboard.
Pop-up presentation screen
The number response is similar to an open-ended response, except it won’t accept text answers. The student will still see the responses when they project them onto the screen, but you will need to switch between student and classroom views to read their responses. If you don’t want the student to see the response text, you can choose to lock the slide. There are a number of reasons why this may be a good idea, and we’ll go over each one in this article.
First, you can edit the layout of the responses. Choose between List or Grid layout, or Overlaid layout, which displays responses with thumbnails. You can also add a comment in the Student View and the Teacher Feedback sections. You can also highlight or hide responses, but this doesn’t change the experience for the student. Students who want to highlight a response can click the star next to the student’s name.
The Pear Deck platform lets teachers design a lesson for their students, and it also allows them to interact with the slides. Students log in using a unique access code, which gives them access to both the main presentation screen and their personal devices. Once logged in, they can type their responses or drag them onto the personal device. The student names are not revealed, and the responses are anonymous. This is an advantage when it comes to classroom management.
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