Content Neutral service for pooling class thoughts

Submitted 8 months ago
DESMOND S.
DESMOND S.
Rahway High School
Rahway NJ, US
My Rating
Pedagogy
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My Take

Rather simplistic layout that could benefit from increased formatting options or interactive tools. As a whole the program does what it promises to do, pooling student thoughts together to create a "jamboard" able to be observed and instructed on by the whole class.

How I Use It

I used this resource as a lesson opener to help students visually observe class wide trends in thought. For example, as an opener to a lesson on perceptions of something you can have students list their initial thoughts about a concept and see what trends you observe across the class.