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Here are the polls that we’ve run on Teach Effectively. They are listed here in reverse chronological order (most recent at the top; in computer programming, this is called “LIFO”: Last In, First Out). You are welcome to vote on any that are still open.

How can one tell if a poll is still open? If there’s a small box at the bottom with the word “vote,” then it’s still open. If a poll is closed, only the results will be displayed.

Please do not construe the results of any of these polls as having scientific substance. Their results are probably about as bogus as some of the answers to questions that I’ve posted in them.

To see the current results for any open polls, please click “view results.”

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1 Response to “Polls”

  • Hi John & Peggy,

    I’m finishing up my Ed.S. in School Psychology, and will be making the leap from English classroom to Child Study Team next school year. I’d suggest a poll or two dealing with what teachers feel are the most significant gaps that need to be bridged b/w the CST and the classroom in order to best help students. Maybe the biggest gaps between theory & practice in special ed, to put it more succinctly?


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