Polling Students through Google Slides
Just recently, Poll Everywhere came out with a Chrome extension that allows Google Slide users the ability to embed Poll Everywhere questions right in a presentation.
I can see this being very useful when you know you want to ask your students a very quick question but don't want to spend the time to add the presentation in a Peardeck or Kahoot! Poll Everywhere does have a free educator account (which is great) but only limits you to 40 responses per question. So, those of you who have class sizes higher than that would not be able to use this tool.
So the next time you have that moment of 'I want to quickly add a question or two to a google slide presentation' give Poll Everywhere a try.
Get the Poll Everywhere Chrome extension. The actual official title of this Chrome extension is: Polling in Google Slides (This chrome extension has already been pushed to the staff in my district).
Go to Poll Everywhere and sign up for the free K-12 Educational Plan. Click HERE for the direct link.
Open up a Google Slide presentation that you would like to include a question or two in your presentation. You will notice the new menu option: Poll Everywhere.
Log in to your Poll Everywhere account.
Then select Create Poll. A pop up window will appear for you to choose the type of question. Once you hit insert poll, it will automatically insert a slide with that poll question on it.
Important to Note: The actual poll question will not show until you are in present mode of your slide presentation. While in editing mode, you will see the following:
If you have any questions on how you can use this extension or you need assistance making this work for you, just let me know.