AnswerGarden EdTech - Review and consider possibilities

Last updated on 15/06/2020

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Description

AnswerGarden is a feedback tool that you can use in the classroom for creative brainstorming. Post it in a tweet or embed it on your website or blog and use it as a polling tool.

Overview

Have a lot of ideas running around in your head? Mind maps can help organise the chaos.

AnswerGarden is a visual thinking tool that helps you to structure information, helping you to better understand, remember and generate new ideas.

You can use AnswerGarden for real time audience participation, online brainstorming and classroom feedback.

Considerations

AnswerGarden fits educational, professional and creative purposes, is standalone and embeddable, and shows thousands of answers at a glance. It can create a word cloud from captured poll data.

Conditions of Use

  • This resource may be used only for learning purposes.  It is not intended for general or research use.
  • Please use only the free service.
  • This resource should not be integrated with Griffith systems.

Implement

Your Learning and Teaching Consultant can suggest ways to optimise the use of Answer Garden.

Alternatively, contact Learning Futures to discuss application development for your teaching practice.

Technology Support

You don't need to create an account to use AnswerGarden, and neither do your students. Here are some links that will help you get started with Answer Garden.

Contributed by

  • Learning Futures

Licence

© 2021 Griffith University.

Creative Commons Attribution NonCommercial International License (CC BY-NC 4.0)

The Griffith material on this web page is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution NonCommercial International License (CC BY-NC 4.0). This licence does not extend to any underlying software, nor any non-Griffith images used under permission or commercial licence (as indicated). Materials linked to from this web page are subject to separate copyright conditions.

Preferred Citation

Learning Futures (2020). AnswerGarden. Retrieved from https://app.secure.griffith.edu.au/exlnt/entry/5105/view