I’m sure you’re familiar with the term “student feeback”, but do you know what it is? What should be included in a student feedback form? And how can we make this process easier for our students to complete and submit their data via an online tool like Google Sheets or Excel?
The “real-time feedback for students” is a tool that allows teachers to gather student feedback. The tool includes 8 practical tools that can easily be used by teachers and their students.
4 February 2014 Students’ comments may occasionally provide a wealth of fresh information, not just about their own understanding but also about how we teach. Giving students the chance to express their personal reactions to what they are learning in the classroom is very helpful to them, especially in terms of how they position themselves in relation to the material being taught. They also feel empowered because they understand that their voice matters, and they become more interested and active in the learning/teaching process as a result.
Teachers may utilize a number of online technologies to get informal comments and answers from students. I went through some of these online apps and came up with the following list. Only the ones that I think are most important in a teaching environment have been highlighted.
One of my favorite tools for gathering user feedback is Saocrative. Teachers may poll their students and collect feedback in a number of forms using Socrative’s question types, which are available on both smartphones and desktops.
TodaysMeet is an excellent online application for establishing backchannels with your pupils. It is very simple to use. It may be used in class to engage students in sideline conversations and talks about a certain subject. Setting up a backchannel using TodaysMeet is simple: first, establish a room with a name and a duration, then share the room’s URL with your students and start the conversation.
Another useful online tool for gathering input from your audience is Poll Everywhere. You may select from a number of templates and feedback forms using this tool. Mobile phones, Twitter, and web browsers are used by the audience to respond in real time. PollEverywhere is a cool feature that allows you to view your answer in real time on the web or in a PowerPoint or Keynote presentation.
Another useful tool for collecting answers from your students is Google Forms. You may build forms and share the URLs with your students depending on what you want to poll them on. You’ll be able to view the poll results in real time and download a spreadsheet with the findings to share with your students.
Kwiqpoll is a web application that lets you create a poll form in just a few steps. It does not even require registration. Simply enter your textual input, choose a voting period, and respond to the security question, and your poll is ready to share with your students or on popular social networking platforms.
TodaysMeet is similar to Simple Meet. It’s a simple service that lets you communicate with anybody right from your favorite web browser, without having to create an account or download any software.
Mentimeter enables you to vote on any issue you define using your mobile phone or tablet. The following is how it works:
- Make up a question
- Allow your audience to vote on their phones or tablets.
- Show your audience the outcome in real time.
Backchan.nl is a platform that allows audience members to propose questions and vote on one other’s questions during presentations. backchan.nl is designed for conference or event organizers who are looking for a fresh method to get questions from the audience and make better use of Q&A time.
9- Wall of Presenters
PresentersWall is a web-based voting platform that lets instructors generate questions and statements via a web-based interface. These questions may be shown on a screen during class and answered by students using their own smartphone or tablet. To access the mobile app, users just need to go to a certain online address and input their answers. The vote results will be shown on screen in the form of pie charts, bar charts, and tag clouds in real time. It is also possible to have students ask their queries anonymously using PresentersWall. Even shy pupils will be able to readily ask their queries this way!
The “socrative” is an online tool that allows teachers to gather student feedback. The tool features a variety of different ways for students to submit their feedback, including through email or text messages.
Frequently Asked Questions
How do you gather student feedback?
A: I have no idea how you would gather student feedback.
What tools would you use to evaluate student learning?
How do I give feedback to students quickly?
A: It is important that you contact the teacher to find out how they would like for you to give feedback. Some teachers may not be comfortable with students calling each other out on their mistakes, while others might prefer something more open and honest between themselves and their student. In order to gain a better understanding of what your teacher desires, ask them if there are any suggestions or ideas they would have for giving feedback in class.
- students submit answers online
- google forms