Saturday, March 23, 2013

Using Padlet in the classroom

This guest post is by Anna, a secondary school Media and Photography teacher.


Padlet is an excellent tool to help break down complex content for students. I have been using it in a senior media studies course as a way to help students analyse the different production and story elements of film. Padlet allows you to create a 'wall' of information - similar to having a whiteboard in front of you, but students can flick through from wall to wall depending on what stage they are up to.
Here is a link to an example: http://padlet.com/wall/bswcamera
They are quick and easy to create, provide visual references and also can be used in a more interactive way where the students can help each other build knowledge around a single idea. Great for literature, English, humanities and in primary school as well!



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2 comments:

Hi Anna,

The email you submitted didn't work so I could reply to you by email. Thanks for the post. I find Padlet works really well with BYOD. It lets students easily share work they have done on phones ipads etc.

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