Get everyone on the same page before your next meeting by collecting discussion topics in advance.
Use an open-response question to let everyone submit their top agenda items for the meeting. It takes only a minute, and then the group can discuss the most salient topics first.
An open-response poll gives everyone an equal voice, regardless of how comfortable they feel speaking out in a crowd. It's a great way to make sure nothing gets overlooked in the rush.
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Make sure every concern is addressed by asking for final thoughts before wrapping up a meeting.
After a brainstorming session, input all ideas and ask participants to rank them in order of relevance.
Find out your students’ most pressing areas of needs heading into finals week, so you can help your class prepare accordingly.