Sometimes, you want a Padlet to be an open space to collect or share information, but sometimes you want that space to follow a specific flow. With Post Connectors, you can connect information and even add labels! Check out the Padlet below from the Official Padlet Blog to learn how.
|Padlet has long been a favorite of the #WCSEdTech crew, but it recently got an update that makes it even more amazing. It is now even easier to share in a variety of formats on a Padlet board. Just look at all of those options! Stay tuned for future posts highlighting some of these fantastic new features.|
Check out our newest addition to the Classroom Spotlight Page! See how students in Mr. Shapiro’s World History class at Ravenwood used Padlet to collaborate on the Causes of World War I.
In today’s Tech Tip Tuesday, we are highlighting a great tool that engages students and is great for collaboration and creativity. Padlet is a virtual wall that allows contributors to post images, videos or documents. What’s wonderful about Padlet is it is accessible from any device, as long as you have access to the internet. Students do not need an account to use Padlet.
What are ways you could use a Padlet in your classroom?
- Brainstorming Document
- Guide for a lesson/WebQuest
- As a place for students to showcase their work
- Gather Feedback
- Mindmap or Storyboard