Tricider works great for teams in the work place and for students as a part of a class. The app is free and no registration is required.
Here is an example of a Tricider we used at the end of a webinar. We used it as a space for participants to reflect on this question "What advice would you share with students or colleagues based on the readings and today's discussion? We were also experimenting with the Tricider app.
We used the voting feature the next week to encourage people to share their ideas for the webinar around this question "What is one tool or strategy you or your institution uses to support student learning?" The idea with the largest number of votes was the recipient of a prize.
Tricider addresses many of the Seven Principles for Good Practice in Undergraduate Education:
- Encourages active learning.
- Facilitates contacts between students.
- Emphasizes time on task
- Respects diverse ways of learning
The TLT Group shares something from "the Bleeding Edge" and a Low Threshold Application(LTA) each week prior to the start of FridayLive! This information is also available for TLT Members after the session. See the up-coming FridayLive! lineup here.