Padlet Wall


Padlet wall

Create a Padlet Wall:

For guidance on how to create a wall and add content, click here to go to www.padlet.com.

1. This video will show you how to use a Padlet Wall for opinion and discussion assignments: click for video.

2. This is an example of a Padlet Wall used to curate content:

2. Share your wall with class parents via Twitter or email.

Padlet Walls can be used in your classroom to:

  • Manage tasks – project planning and project based learning
  • Lesson planning
  • Posting content for students – flipped classroom
  • Sharing  - have students share what they’ve learned and the resources they have found
  • Question and answers
  • Collaborative group work
  • Digital portfolio
  • Book reviews
  • Notes
  • Brainstorming/discussions
  • Entrance/exit ticket
  • Back channel for video discussions
  • Analyze and share observations
  • Vocabulary
  • Streams – use streams for journaling.  Streams keep everything in chronological order

Some ideas for using Padlet in your classroom: click here.

Here are some example Padlet Walls that other teachers and students have made with their classes:

Digital Art Portfolio

Science – Study of the Komodo Dragon

Science – Circuits

Define a word

Student report

Here is a great resource made by @tombarrett: 32 Interesting Ways to Use Padlet