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Pamela Stevens

Office in Education - Are your students getting it? Find out with Interactive Classroom - 37 views

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    "In a nutshell, it works like this: You create presentations in PowerPoint, and \nInteractive Classroom helps you insert real time knowledge checks (called polls) \nalong the way. Polls can include multiple choice, yes/no, or true/false \nquestions, and they seamlessly integrate with the lesson you're teaching. \n\nStudents can connect to your presentation by joining an Interactive \nClassroom session that you create (note that your students will need a network \nconnection). After students join-and it's easy to do, so don't worry about \nspending half your class time setting it up-they see your presentation and the \npoll question(s) you've included in their own OneNote notebook. Students can \nanswer poll questions in OneNote, and you get real-time feedback in the charting \nformat you choose. You can add text or draw on your slides during the session, \nand your students will see the changes you've made in OneNote. They can also add \ntheir own comments and notes on the presentation."
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