Enhanced Remote Learning Experience


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What's inside the toolkit?

Nowadays, having remote learning sessions or at least one virtual participant during a hybrid class is expected. Lectures, student discussions, and quizzes all happen online. 

Become the best remote teaching instructor by incorporating live interactive elements into your class. This toolkit teaches you how to bring remote learning to life by including your students in the presentation. With a live student response system, you can collect the same kinds of feedback you would in person without interrupting your usual workflows. Add polls to your slides or include them in the lesson plan, then activate them to collect feedback from remote participants – no matter where they are in the world. 


In the toolkit, you will find:

  • Examples of Poll Everywhere Activities to try at your next remote class.
  • Tips on how to seamlessly integrate activities into your workflow.
  • How to analyze post-class data with reporting. 

Frequently Asked Questions

What are some remote learning best practices?

Teaching a remote class is the same as teaching an in-person class, but there are a few things you must consider as the host:

  • Set classroom expectations: Is this a cameras-on lesson or a one-way presentation? If students are expected to participate, give them an advanced notice. 
  • Check your software: Whether you are teaching via Zoom, Webex, or any video conferencing software, double-check that the app is up to date and everything is working correctly. 
  • Give students time to join: It often takes 1-3 minutes to join a remote class, especially if they come from another class. Set a time at the beginning of the meeting to allow people to trickle in. 
  • Record the lecture: Make sure to record the class for those who can’t attend or for record-keeping purposes. It is best practice to also give your students a heads-up before recording. 
  • Engage your students: Remote attendees are often tempted to multitask or disengage from the presentation, so incorporating interactive elements like a Poll Everywhere Activity will maintain your students' attention. 

What is the best platform for remote learning?

Popular platforms like Zoom, Webex, and Microsoft Teams are often the top choice for education institutions looking for a videoconferencing software solution. Factors like cost, security, and integrations are essential to consider when choosing the perfect platform. Poll Everywhere has a fully integrated app for each platform, which you can check out here

Enhanced Remote Learning Experience

Don’t lose your remote learning students’ attention – foster a two-way conversation today with our remote learning toolkit.