This was another good tool for the classroom. I can see uses for many of the links provided by the author. I chose to write about Wallwisher.com and Polleverywhere.com, though I expect to use others as well.
I created a wall at Wallwisher.com. It was very easy, and I plan to use this tool in a number of ways: to gauge student understanding, to summarize a lesson or group activity, to post student generated problems for practice, and to brainstorm. I embedded my simple wall below:
I also visited polleverywhere.com and created a presidential poll. In AP Statistics, we often need to collect data for analysis. This site will allow me to collect data quickly and efficiently. I embedded the poll as evidence of completion, but the website will delete the poll in two weeks.
In addition to these site, I plan to join edumodo.com to collaborate with other teachers, but as I write this, it is Sunday, and I need to get a code first. I see a use for Today's Meet as a way for kids to ask questions and to participate. I also plan to use Google Docs and Blogger as assessment sources and in group activities.