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Learn Create and Share using Padlet

Ngā mihi o te ata

Padlet is one of my favourite digital tools because it is an engaging way to create and share information. It can be used in so many ways such as capturing student and whānau voice. As it is digital it can be referred to from anythime and it and beats carrying around post it notes everywhere. I also like how it can be shared in different ways including embedding them.

Have a go at this one in te reo Māori or English 

What ways have you used Padlet before?

Mauriora

Anaru

Comments

  • Tahu Paki 

    Tēnā koe e te tuakana! I use Padlet (formally Wallwisher) as a way to share ideas and thoughts, a place to share opinions about different topics. More recently my colleague Te Mihinga Komene and I used it as a 'living dictionary' where the participants in our workshop posted new words/ vocabulary they were hearing. One of us then went through the Padlet and entered the translations.

  • Anaru White

    Kia ora e tā 

    Thanks for sharing, a perfect example of how padlet can enhance learning opportunities with its collaborative nature.

    Ngā mihi

    Anaru