Instant, affordable classroom response
No clickers required. Engage your students, keep track of attendance, give quizzes… quickly and easily.
Takes 30 seconds. No sign up required.
Lots to love about Poll Everywhere
Use any device
Your students can respond using whatever device they own. That includes smartphones, tablets, laptops, and even "dumbphones" with text messaging.
Easy as pie
Setting up clickers has never been called "easy" but Poll Everywhere makes it dead simple to add exciting, real time polls to your lecture. Even grading and attendance is a snap.
Poll Everywhere is 1/10 the cost of clickers. We are the best value among BYOD systems because we’re the largest. Heck, stay on our free plan as long as you want!
Enormous range of classroom uses
Instructors have used Poll Everywhere in a huge variety of ways – many of which have been found to support student achievement objectives. In small classes and large, let your creativity run wild – and see your students delight.
It couldn’t be easier to take attendance – at any point in the lecture and with none of the cheating problems rampant with clickers.
Moderating a discussion
Have your students pose open questions and comment on each other’s work. You can see the responses as a streaming wall or a word cloud.
Promoting deep learning
Research has shown that classroom response systems can boost student learning outcomes – through deep learning, not just recall.
You can score quizzes and take the guessing game out of participation points while inviting even the shiest students to contribute.
Prepping for an exam
Live polling lets you check in with your class, see where they need help, and adjust your lecture accordingly.
Running a team competition
Nothing gets a class going like a good old fashioned contest! Organize your class into teams without anyone raising a hand.
Over 100,000 educators trust Poll Everywhere
Polling allows the instructor to have an interactive learning environment. There is a much better retention of knowledge when you have students self-evaluate what they know during class.
Beedie School of Business, Simon Frasier University