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Just some really cool Instructional Technology related stuff I found on the "Internets" for my fellow, like minded- nerdy Educators out there!
Curated by Scott Holcomb
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Rescooped by Scott Holcomb from Digital Presentations in Education! - polls for Prezi - polls for Prezi | Cool Edubytes for Teachers! |
Give a voice to your audience with live polls and questions for Prezi. Set up your account in less than 1 minute and easily engage your audience.

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Rosemary Tyrrell's curator insight, June 5, 2014 1:34 PM

Great little addition for Prezi users to create polls right within Prezi. 

N Kaspar's curator insight, June 8, 2014 12:27 AM

Excellent tool.  And it works without a Prezi presentation for an event that spans over a week.  Very cool.


Tanja Gvozdeva's curator insight, October 25, 2014 2:15 PM is a great assistant when you present with Prezi. It lets you have instant audience interaction via real-time polls.

Basic account is free but your data are public and they are retained for 1 week, however, it is a useful application for classroom activities. also works with Google Glass and Eventbrite.

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Mentimeter - A free audience response system

Mentimeter - A free audience response system | Cool Edubytes for Teachers! |
Mentimeter allows you to use mobile phones or tablets to vote on any question you specify. Our vision is to improve the meeting between a presenter and an audience.

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Daniel Tan's curator insight, May 20, 7:40 PM

I think all these online response systems requiring the use of the students' devices are wonderful. However, is there an impact, perhaps one that might be significant enough, of the use of students' devices in that the device is personal. Do students using an older device relatively to others in the class be sensitive in its use When majority of the classmates have the latest ohone device models. Also when teachers and faculty be comfortable of students while using the devices in the exercise are distracted (actual or presumed or perceived) with other apps during that exercise? 


Also when the wireless access point be robust and reliable enough when it experiences a surge/flood of signals when large numbers of simultaneous responses are transmitted in a small time window. 


My observation is that teachers do not want to be encumbered with such distractions, uncertainty and confrontation when only partial student responses are recorded due to technical issues. The latter also leads to the technical support of student devices which is unknown (which version of OS), unfamiliar (what other apps or potential of interdependencies) and uncertainty (are you sure they are not checking on their apps while others are still thinking of their responses?)

Chris Carter's curator insight, May 20, 8:11 PM

There are a number of student response systems. The more important question, rather than which one are you using, is are you using any one at all?

MSU_TCEE's curator insight, May 26, 5:31 PM

Will cost you to get benefit of asking multiple questions, securing data & privacy, and being able to export data. $75/year for basic protections & additional questions, or $180 to add colleagues and get all Mentimeter has to offer. Device agnostic - works across platforms. Real time answers to multiple choice, open-ended or scaled responses.