TodaysMeet helps you embrace the backchannel and connect with your students in realtime. Encourage students to use the live stream to make comments, ask questions, and use that informal formative feedback to tailor your lesson, sharpen your points, and address student needs. A brand new Today's Meet room can be set up in about 15 seconds. No username or password is required. It is completely free and easy.
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Website: www.todaysmeet.com
Task #1: Click here to participate in a sample meeting.

Task #2: Click here to create your very own meeting in less than 1 minute.

Terms: No account creation required for use.
Classroom Implications
The potential uses for Today's Meet in the classroom are endless.

This tool can be incredibly useful when students are engaged in an inner circle/outer circle Socratic Seminar. Traditionally, in seminars, students in the outer circle take notes, pay particular attention to a member of the inner circle, or look for evidences that they will share at a later time.

With Today's Meet, students in the outer circle can react to comments in realtime, share opinions, cite evidences, and corroborate or disagree with the inner circle.

Administrative Implications
Today's Meet provides administrators with a way to receive real-time feedback about what is going on in a room. Consider using this resource during meetings, PLCs, or other times when you want immediate feedback from your teachers.


Other Benefits
Today's Meet is similar to Twitter or Edmodo, as it gets students chatting, using a 140-character limit and an easy-to-use interface. Students can access Today's Meet with the click of a mouse when the teacher provides a link.

Students login to Todays Meet simply by typing their name and clicking "Join."

When students and teachers want to speak, they type in a short sentence or two and click Say. Students or teachers using Twitter can join a Todays Meet conversation, as long as they have the twitter hashtag the teacher has set up.

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