Five Ways to Use Padlet

Five Ways to Use Padlet

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.

Do you know the “Pop See Ko”?

A few ladies over at Washington got me started on GoNoodle and the students LOVED it! If you haven’t heard of these awesome brain breaks check out the video below.

5 Ways to get started with Go Noodle

1. Use the new Search bar! Look for the magnifying glass in the upper right corner of GoNoodle, and find your favorite videos in a snap.

2. Explore the new Explore Page! It’s the #1 place to see what’s new (and what’s coming soon).

3. Broaden your horizons! Beyond Pop See Ko and Zumba Kids, there’s a world of calming and coordination activities. Try something new!

4. Inside scoop: GoNoodle’s new video player means shorter load times and less buffering. Share the news with a fellow teacher and be a GoNoodle hero!

5. GoNoodle Makeover: Deck out your classroom with free GoNoodle decorations. Yay!

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