GoSoapBox is a student response system that I’ve used off and on over the years. It offers a few ways to conduct online polls for your students to respond to on their phones, tablets, or laptops.
My favorite polling option in GoSoapBox is called the Confusion Meter. The Confusion Meter is a simple poll that just asks students if they’re “getting it” or if they’re confused. Students can change their answers as many times as they need to during your lesson or class period. Watch my short video below to see how the Confusion Meter and other GoSoapBox features work.
As is demonstrated in the video above, there are other polling options in GoSoapBox in addition to the Confusion Meter. You can create and distribute quizzes in GoSoapBox. You can also create a simple discussion forum in which students can ask questions of you and or their classmates.