tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-6974818813964479004.post2457838640788069739..comments2012-03-19T14:20:29.681-05:00Comments on M's Madness: Tool #6 Using Web Tools to Promote Discussion in and out of the ClassroomM's Madnesshttp://www.blogger.com/profile/05522285591578740689noreply@blogger.comBlogger1125tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-6974818813964479004.post-14885264463520705972012-02-27T13:26:48.330-06:002012-02-27T13:26:48.330-06:00Glad you liked Poll Everywhere. I'm curious as...Glad you liked Poll Everywhere. I'm curious as to why you think Today's Meet wouldn't work in your math class. Could students discuss a math rule, the steps of a math process, the attributes of a math concept 9?) as a table (or indivudally) and then share their understand or idea about it via Today's Meet? Could it be used as a set for the day's lesson? Or, could you set it up for questions regarding problems on homework? Then, y'all discuss the problems submitted overnight?Karen Jhttps://www.blogger.com/profile/13020126205576899910noreply@blogger.com