Once you have found a playlist you'd like to see further, just click on it. At this point, you have two options: you can click the big next arrow at the top of your screen or hover your mouse to the left of your screen to expand a table of contents for the playlist.
You can add these playlists into your Edmodo site, ClassConnect account, class blog, etc ~ sweet!
Additionally, the MentorMob site makes it super easy to share your playlists via Google+, Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn since they're all integrated into the platform.
Once you're logged in to MentorMob, click create at the top. You can enter content by: pasting in a link (which is all I did), uploading a file, or adding a quiz (I tried this feature, too). I threw the lesson below together in about 8 minutes. I knew I had an Educreations lesson I made already created. So, I decided to do a place value playlist to show as my example.
I thought I'd start my playlist with an animated segment from Scholastic's Study Jams to serve as my anticipatory set. Then, I wanted to add my actual lesson. I added my Educreations clip on place value (lesson 10.8 from Everyday Math). After that, I added a fun game (Base Ten Bingo) from ABCya Games. You can have the kids play this on your interactive white board or on the computer. My final (4th) step is a brief 4 question quiz ~ it's fun... you should try! This was very easy to create.
- leave the playlist/lesson for a substitute
- flip my classroom
- post on my class site
- add to Edmodo
- share in my e-Newsletter
- save as public to collaborate with other colleagues
- have kids view it in centers (like a 'new' webquest)
- send home via email to parents when kids are absent