- Developed Theoretical Explanations – Padlet Padlet
by Shawn Luo (@sluo)
In this engaging learning activity, students embark on an intellectual exploration as they employ diverse concepts to construct a comprehensive theory. The activity utilizes Padlet to articulate the intricate relationships between these concepts visually.
- Padlet Padlet
by Marie-Line Jobin (@mjobin)
I created a Padlet to enhance student understanding of service delivery at the organizational level, such as policy and procedures. I facilitated student engagement and encouraged them to share insights based on their part-time employment or placement experiences. I kept this Padlet anonymous so I could share it on this platform.
by Lisa Macdonald (@Lisa)
Using Padlet as a discussion board for talking about failure in learning experiences -pressure of it. The procrastination and the pressure to succeed. I have done it as a discussion in class but now sent it out as a padlet where it was very well received
- Padlet icebreaker activity
by Renee Berquist (@rberquist)
I created a padlet icebreaker activity I can use with a new course I will be teaching this spring. The class size will be small (10-12) and so this should be quite do-able to help all students get to know each other.
- Writing Support for ESL college students and Much More_PadLet
by Tatiana Sharipova (@note2tatiana)
I have experimented with PadLet in the curator module, and I really liked it functionality and collaborative side. I have decided to start a padlet for the resources i like the most and share it with our faculty. I know have posted everything on one padlet: resources on writing, note taking and research; accounting resource more… »
- Brand New to Padlet – Easy to Use!
by Heather Leveille (@heathermleveille)
I have never heard of Padlet before this Module, and found it extremely easy to use and intuitive. I plan to use this in my college marketing class to give students a place to collaborate with interesting articles and events in the world of marketing.
- Padlet for class introduction
by Gelareh Keshavarz (@gelareh.keshavarz1)
I created this tablet to create a community of learning at the beginning of the course. https://padlet.com/gelarehkeshavar/meet-and-greet-beuwtlwq9fnek776
- Padlet Ticket out the Door
by Mary Chaktsiris (@mchaktsi)
Check-in with students using padlet
- Get to Know You Padlet
by Miranda Mckenzie (@mx_mckenzie)
I have actually used a Padlet like this more than once in my course and it works well. The goals with this introductory activity are to: create a sense of community, which is particularly difficult in online courses learn where my students currently are and their linguistic backgrounds/needs prompt a particular question that they can more… »
- Collaborative Visual Analysis
by Jen Booth (@jen.booth)
For this experiment, I tried to reimagine different ways that students could work together to analyze a persuasive image. This is part of our week 10 work, and the students have this list of questions to think about and attempt to respond. I would like students to work in groups to decipher the context and more… »