After you have selected a technology for your Technologist Module project, refer back to the idea you identified as a learner challenge in the Learner Challenge Padlet activity.

To do:

  1. Revisit the Learner Challenge Bank Padlet where you added your own challenge.
  2. Double click on an area near your first post to add a new Padlet post, and identify what technology you selected.
  3. Connect the two posts together.
    • After you finish editing your new post click on the three dot (…) menu item in the top right corner and select “Connect to a Post.”
    • Find your first post and click the CONNECT button.
  4. Take a screenshot of the area of the Padlet showing both posts connected. Edit the image to indicate which ones are yours or insert it into a document and describe them both.
  5. Upload your file or add a shareable link to your work in your response to this activity.
  6. After you make your submission, save the web address to your response (found in the green confirmation box) so you can use it later for your badge submission form.


This activity is part of the Ideate section of the Technologist Module.

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146 Responses for this Activity

  • Learner Challenge Take 2
    by Victoria Jackson (@victoriaj)

    I selected Mindmup as the technology to use.

  • Learner Challenge Take Two
    by Mark Shannelly (@mshannelly)

    My technology solution ended up being something I use already – Brightspace!

  • Learner Challenge Take Two
    by Mary Chaktsiris (@mchaktsi)

    Bite-sized approach to sharing information.

  • Learner Challenge Take 2
    by Ramandeep Kaur (@Raman)

    Here are joined posts

  • Joined posts
    by Adam Langridge (@alangridge)

    Here are my posts. In the first, I outline the challenge I’m having in a class I teach on Friday mornings. Regular attendance has been a challenge for some students. In the second post, my solution, Zoom, is provided. Basically, many of the obstacles that keep students from attending can be overcome by Zoom.

  • Learner Challenge Take two
    by Susan (@Susan Wilks)

    I had a bit of trouble figuring out how to connect the two posts….after connecting to a variety of other people’s posts, I finally got it figured out!

  • Zoom to the rescue?
    by Miranda Mckenzie (@mx_mckenzie)

    Attached are the original and updated Padlet posts, explaining both the struggle and the potential solution.

  • H5P, and that’s my Final Answer!
    by Stephanie Ferguson (@stpark)

    I think most times, simpler is better. I did set out thinking I was going to design a more complex tool, but in the end, I went with something that I could design fairly easily and that I know will be user-friendly. H5P for the win!

  • Solve
    by Jen Booth (@jen.booth)

    I’ve decided to go low tech and offer both an essay and a podcast option as a research output.

  • Learner Challenge part 2
    by Roberta Wyder (@rwyder)

    ProQuest can support with (academic) language acquisition in some cases – an interesting approach needed: exposure to theory / concepts outside of a learner’s current repetoire!  

    1 Resource for this Activity

    • Reply to padlet
      shared by Carrie Barrett (@Carrie)

      My response to my original padlet describing what technology I will use to address the learner challenge identified.

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    3 Responses to “Learner Challenge Take 2”

    1. Sherry

      Learner Challenge 2 – Student Understanding of Weekly on-line Assignments
      I have been taking many opportunities to take part in the FanshaweLearn sessions for Bongo and all of the features of Brightspace and am confident that the virtual student learning and engagement features will add to the student understanding of the materials. Face to face was the course intent, but meeting weekly virtually in real time and offering virtual office hours will work well.


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