Collaborate, and Share your Favorites
Imagine having a group of second graders collaborating on a topic together. They could take 10 minutes to add content to a geography board for places they've visited.
As the teacher, after the students have posted to the space, I could drag their comments around to organize them by stages. Stated differently, I can pull all of the kids that need a conference together. Those that are revising can be grouped together by simply touching their comment and dragging to closer to the other students who are revision and so on.
Status of the Class:
Your student's work can be secure and you can even invite specific people to collaborate by email instead of having the wall open to the public to collaborate.
Here is a great tutorial that Steve, @mrfigurelli, put together - click here to see how Padlet works!
There are so many ways you could integrate this tool in your classroom. Have you used Padlet? Please share your ideas in a comment below on this post. Thanks!