I have used Padlet a lot in class and I was just reminded about the different uses it has. I have used it in workshops with school leaders, teachers and students. These days, before exams, it is a great way to collaborate with your students. Using video, maps, pictures, mind maps and so on. In addition, if you are a sticky note taker like me, you can take a picture of your notes and post them to Padlet. Great way to keep organized. I’m sharing a video that explains how you do it below.
Padlet is a great web tool that allows you to curate, bookmark, organize and share digital content online. You can collaborate with colleagues and invite others to contribute to your Padlet. Padlet supports different forms of content including text, notes, images, videos and drawings. You can also upload files and documents. Source: Educational Technology
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Hi Ann! I’m both impressed and a bit frightened by all of the digital tools you are using. 🙂 I’m not sure I could ever get close to all of this as it seems so time consuming. 🙂 However, I am very inspired and interested in trying out different things you are using in your teaching. F.ex, I was wondering if Padlet is similar to FLinga (although I sense Padlet has many other functions), and where can the video which you mentioned in Your post be found?
Hi Tanya, thanks for sharing and commenting. Yes it is a little time consuming, that is also the idea behind sharing my findings here! Less time for you to look around. Not familiar with FLinga, the video is below in the post, part of the twitter post. Good luck with the digital tools, use a few to get familiarized with them and have fun.