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Body continuum polling is an active technique designed to engage students physically in the classroom space, by getting them move around the classroom to place themselves along a gradient (less to more, low to high, etc.) that spans the room. Students provide their opinion on a question or topic, combined with a kinesthetic approach that engages them with movement (Mobley & Fisher, 2014).
UNLV Best Teaching Practices Expo 2019
Body continuum polling; Student polling
Tietjen, Erica S., "Body Continuum Polling: A Dynamic Technique for Any Classroom" (2019). UNLV Best Teaching Practices Expo. 82.