Five Ways to Use Padlet in the Classroom via Education World.
If you are looking to share class notes, text, images, and videos Padlet may be the answer. You can also use Padlet as a platform to backchannel, brainstorm, post assignments, involve parents in class happenings, link videos for students to access, write and share book reviews, host group discussions and reflections. Check it out!
*Update: check out this website for using Padlet as a communication tool with parents.
Check out this article highlighting ways to use Blog-Based Porfolios. We can make this happen! All CWC students have access to Blogger with their student accounts.
Try these top Gamification Tools via Edudemic.
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Check out Apps That Rise to the Top on the KQED blog. A list of 74 apps ranging from digital storytelling, video/photo tools, and augmented reality apps to digital citizenship and ELA apps.
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Check out the Technology Tailgate blog for a description of the new Google Forms themes
Here is another link, Tools of the Trade, to great resources and “how-to” videos for Google Docs, Sites and Drive. There is even a step by step video on how to create and share folders with a class.
The APP iKeepSafe is now available to help parents guide Kids’ online safety. Great resources to teach everyone how to be safe online.