Every Friday I will post!*
What can you expect to find here?
It could be a tech tool, pedagogy, PBL, gamification in education, a book I've read, share what's happening in the classrooms, guest bloggers, even students may join in on the fun here at ETA. The possibilities of what can appear here are endless.
In addition to blogging, resources will become available on this website. Right now I'm working on the page, "All Things Google." I will have a wealth of information about all things Google we can use. I'll send an email when it's ready for viewing.
Every blog will have categories. This can help you to quickly and easily find a blog that is relevant to you. Look for the categories on the right side of this blog.
Feel free to comment on any blog.
As always, I am always here to help brainstorm, play, implement, guide, etc......
FYI: There are 2 postings for today!
*While you will receive an email with the link every Friday, at times I may blog more than once during the week.
Padlet is a free virtual wall where you and/or students can place virtual post-it notes and allow you to post text, images, documents, and/or videos anywhere on the page, together with anyone, from any device.
It's all about hands-on so how about trying it out? I've created a PA Bookshelf Padlet. Add your favorite book. You can just type the name of the book and author(s) or try adding a photo, link, and/or video.
How can I use Padlet in my classroom? Below are links to blogs and articles about how teachers are using Padlet. If you use Padlet in your classroom, post in the comments section of this blog.
5 Ways to Use Padlet in the Classroom
How to Use Padlet: A Fantastic Tool For Teaching
How to Use the New Version of Padlet
Best of Education: The Best Padlets Out There On Educational Topics (these are actual Padlets)
As always, if you want help playing with Padlet or introducing it to your students, I'm here to help!
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