Mentimeter is used for live polls and questions in your teaching. Students can use their phone, tablet or computer to respond to questions posed in real-time via their browser or an app. Mentimeter helps you engage all students during lectures or during classroom instruction. The tool is particularly useful for creating dialogue in class or testing the comprehension of students.
Live polling tool that includes a variety of different question types.
Students cannot see what others have answered until they have answered the question themselves. This ensures that everyone considers the question and answers it without being influenced by other peoples’ answers. You can hide answers while presenting by using the “H” shortcut on your keyboard.
Below you will find examples of learning activities that you can use as a jumping off point or inspiration when using Mentimeter.
Use it for discussions in class or in groups. Let students respond individually to your questions in Mentimeter and then show the class how they responded as a whole. Discuss the correct answer in a plenary session, in groups or in pairs, and then ask the same question again and see the difference in the students’ answers.