Wallwisher now known as PADLET

I have seen Padlet used in a few different ways by teachers, which has of course inspired me to write this post and come up with some more ideas of how to use it. So instead of writing the ideas in this post I have added them to the Padlet. Please feel free to add but additions are moderated.

If I was using this with students in real time I would not moderate it until later.

You do not have to set up an account, but for classroom use I would as you can save and view all of your walls.

To Create an Account

Click on the Login/Register button at the top right of the screen.

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Click on Sign Up over to the right to start a new account

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Enter your email address and password or click Log in with Google if you have a Gmail account.

Click Sign up

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How to make a Wall

Click on Modify your wall,

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Add a title, description and a Portrait icon from the panel down the left (or you can add your own)

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Click on Wallpaper, choose a wallpaper or click on Add your own to add your own picture

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Click on Layout and click on a choice

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Choose how public you want to make the Padlet

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Click on Address to make changes to the Internet URL address

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To add a note, double click on the wall, type in your note which is limited to 160 characters.

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You can add links to a website or to a movie by pasting in the URL at the bottom of the note.

You can add a picture to the note by copying the URL address of the picture and pasting it in the http box. When you are in google images, make sure you click on Full size picture and then copy the address. make sure it ends in jpeg 2010-11-08_1049.png

The notes can be moved around and organised.

The notes can only be edited or deleted by the wall owner.

Examples of using Padlet

Tom Barretts 29 Interesting ways to use Padlet in the classroom