Sometimes it's valuable to know how students feel, either in general or about the lesson (e.g. when implementing Visible Wellbeing). One fun way to do that is by using emoji 😀
We've made a sample lesson here with two Interactive Canvas questions, with the idea being that you have one at the beginning and at the end of a lesson to gauge students' feeling about a particular topic or self-assessment:
This lets students circle how they feel, delete any emoji that don't reflect their emotional state or even add their own emoji, images or draw/type to make it their own.
We've also added another, simpler example that uses Stile's Live Poll:
While this is less flexible, it's much easier to interact with for students. If you think your students might struggle with the canvas version, the poll is a great alternative.
Once you've copied the lesson to one of your own subjects, you can copy and paste these questions into other lessons as well.