Here's a fast solution. Use the Poling option here. I've set up a poll in the group called "food in Dunbar". Anyone can create their own poll by using the tools on the right side of the screen. I didn't have to set up anything, I just posted my question. I can use this to instantly tell where my class is on any topic.
Pam--one thing I have been doing to save time is to just put the number of the question in and a b c d for the answers. Then I give them a hard copy of the actual questions. It's not ideal but it works and I don't have to scan all of those pictures and type in all of those questions and answers. I've been doing this for certification test review. When we reviewed without the clickers some of the students were a lot faster than others in answering and the slower ones actually asked for a better way of doing it.
Mark--it might be too much to ask but do you think it would be possible to create a lesson that would pertain to an area of CTE and incorporate as many of the awesome things that you've shown us as you can? Maybe everyone else is not like me but I have a difficult time transferring what is done for a science, social studies, math, or english lesson over to my specific career and technical area. Back in the old days and a different lifetime when I was a science teacher I loved doing this but with what I'm teaching now it just isn't as easy because my subject matter is so technical and there is so much of it. Perhaps a member of the group would have an idea or suggestion for a lesson that could be used for this......................
Thanks for all that you are doing!!
Excellent! This is what I've found out.
When I did my own searching I only found a few resources. (We'll discuss the YouTube library in class.) So I went to my colleagues and found that they didn't have any resources either. Finally I went to the CTE folks at the Department and they in turn asked ME for resources. When I put all this together it sounds to me like there is a huge LACK or resources for CTE.
Solution: LET's MAKE SOME!