Think, Survey, Share

Essential Details

Interaction Type People Time Stakes

 Learner-to-Learner

​ Learner-to-Instructor

Learner-to-Content

✖​ Individual

With Others

✖​ Asynchronous

 Synchronous

★ Low-Stakes

✖ High-Stakes

Description

Introduce a concept or situation, survey students on their responses, and share the results with all.

Example

After you have students watch a video about the national and state governments, you can open a survey for your students.

  1. Name the power that both national and state governments possess.
    1. A: Est. local governments;
    2. B: Conducting elections;
    3. C: Establishing laws;
    4. D: Conducting foreign affairs.

After you have students explain their choice and reveal the right answer (C). This is an example of a multiple choice questions that functions at the fourth level of Bloom's: Analyze.

Bloom's level

The level indicates this activity’s place within Bloom’s Taxonomy of learning (Cognitive Domain). Higher-levels contains lower-levels within it.

Level Action

Sixth

Create

Fifth

Evaluate

Fourth

Analyze

Third

Apply

★ Second

★ Understand

First Remember

Verb

Infer

Tools

  • Canvas Discussion
  • Canvas Quiz
  • Qualtrics
  • Zoom Conference

Teaching Goal

The one main teaching goal for your activity

Check for Understanding