Tripticoplus Quick Guide
Triptico is an excellent resource for teaching staff to create interactive resources and use in conjunction with their interactive whiteboards. All resources can be saved for later use. Using triptico resources enables all students to be involved in the lesson. The resources are fun and interactive, which engages students. You can be up and running within 10 minutes with a fun, interactive resource for your next lesson.
Remember to save your resources. They will show in ‘my saves’ on the menu.
When you log in, you’ll see the activity board, which contains messages to triptico from all users from anywhere in the world. If you have a question at all, post it there and you’ll receive a quick reply. The support is very good or you can email me. If you need me to help with anything just let me know.
Once you’ve logged in, click on the resources tab and you’ll see all the resources you can make. You can access both free and premium resources.
As a starter, scroll down to ‘quizzes’ and click on ‘find ten’. Just give it a try as it’s quick to show you how easy it is to create a resource.
When you click on a resource, there’s usually a demo you can watch first to show you how to use it and then a button to create your own.
Have a play and see which ones will be most useful to you.
I really like the quizzes and selectors. The tools are good too. Eg the order sorter is good for students to arrange a process in the right order.
You may find the timers are useful too. You can also have more than one resource on the screen at the same time, so you may have a timer and a sorter.
The triptico blog is very good for seeing ideas on how to use the resources: https://www.tripticoplus.com/tutorials/the-triptico-blog/
Also, register for the Triptico Academy for more tutorials here.You’ll need to create a free account to use the Academy. It won’t recognise your Triptico login.
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