Padlet (https://graniteschools.padlet.org/) is a tool that allows teachers to make collaborative pages where students can respond, collaborate, and communicate with each other. We’re excited to announce that all Granite teachers now have access to a paid district Padlet Backpack account!
Getting Started with Padlet
Granite teachers can follow these instructions to get logged in and started with Padlet. The video below shows the basics of creating and sharing a padlet with students once you have an account. Students do not have accounts in Padlet; they can view and contribute to the padlets that their teachers share with them without signing in.)
Sample Padlet Wall
This is a sample Padlet wall we created a few years ago listing some ways you could use Padlet in the classroom. Feel free to add your own ideas or just practice posting to see how Padlet could work with your students.
Want additional help or ideas for using Padlet? Try these resources:
- Padlet Knowledge Base and Help Center
- Padlet for Beginners Video Playlist
- Fun Things You Can Do with Padlet
- Padlet Gallery (examples and templates for remixing and inspiration)
If you are a student or parent with questions about Padlet, please contact your teacher for assistance.
If you are a teacher with questions about Padlet, please contact your school technology specialist or library media educational technology specialist for assistance.
Looking for other blended and distance learning resources and strategies? Try these:
- Visit our TIP Resources for Distance Learning page.
- Follow the Distance Learning tag on our Ed. Tech. Department blog, where we we highlight and share distance learning ideas and successes.
- Visit the Granite Distance Learning and Granite Distance Teaching sites.
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