Freemium TRICIDER provides a simple way to crowdsource a brainstorming session and vote on the ideas generated during that session. Simply enter a question, share the url, and observe as friends, colleagues, or students generate ideas and vote on others. For professional development, principals might use a tricider to encourage teachers to offer input about the next staff meeting. Or in the classroom, teachers might start a tricider to crowdsource a grading rubric for a group project. Names are optional so at the very least everyone should feel safe sharing his or her idea. Here's our tricider test question: What small tweak(s) could make standardized assessments more meaningful? You have until December 3rd to comment and vote! And yes, we'll share your comments.