I’ve used this site several times in my career at presentations and professional developments. We used it in class at Adrian College to alleviate random questioning. It is a great tool for classroom collaboration during group or individual work.
I used Today’s Meet on Friday this last week as a back channel discussion for those attending my presentation. My audience didn’t really use it, but I was left a comment.
This could be very useful for students in the classroom. It would allow for autonomous Q&A between students which would free up my time to work one-on-one with students in need. It would mean that everyone would have to have a device, and we don’t have one-to-one technology at Onsted yet causing a bit of an issue. However, I could use a computer lab or the classroom set of Chromebooks for students to collaborate.
Side thought: When I use Chromebooks, students use the comment feature to communicate with me… I suppose this would be more beneficial for group member communication whereas Today’s Meet is beneficial for whole classroom discussion.