Students can often become confused during class but don’t necessarily have a specific question. The Confusion Barometer allows students to indicate when they’ve become confused with material, or need the teacher to slow down. The teacher sees a graphical representation of the number of students who are confused at any point during class.
Teachers can monitor the confusion barometer during class and if they see a spike in confusion, will know that their students are having trouble with a concept, or that something wasn’t clearly explained.
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