I was first introduced to a Snote last year by fellow teacher, Faye Hanson (She's on Twitter! @Storyfaye). The library media specialist and I found a, "Mystery in the Library" event that we wanted the students to become detectives and solve. To add another layer of fun, we put the clues into Snotes throughout the library. The students were not only engaged, but I made a point to observe the students who usually are disengaged and disruptive. We didn't have any student like that!
How could your students utilize this web tool in your classroom? With Snotes scattered throughout the school, what ideas are your students generating for its use?
Share your ideas in this comment section.
Click on this link to learn how to read a Snote and begin creating your own!
There are 10 motivational quote Snotes scattered throughout the school. I will post the quotes here at 11:00am.
Ed Tech Integration Specialist at Pembroke Academy|Curriculum Drives Technology|ADHD - We think more things before breakfast than most people think all day.