Option 1: Group Discussion
- The teacher can post a question onto his/her Padlet wall and share it with students. Padlet walls can be shared through email, QR codes, links, or even writing it down on a whiteboard.
- As students access the Padlet, they can begin to discuss the question or topic. The discussion occurs in real time, so as students respond, their responses will appear immediately.
- Students do not need an account in order to respond to a discussion!
**There is now a layout option on Padlet, that allows the teacher to effectively organize responses.
Option 2: Anticipatory Sets/Closures to a Lesson
- At the end of your lesson, you can assess your students' understanding by having them comment on their learning.
- By switching on the "moderate" option, it will prevent students from seeing each other's posts.
Option 3: Assignment or Project Sharing
- As students complete a project, have him/her share the link to their assignment/project on a Padlet wall, so others can view.
To start using Padlet, go to padlet.com and begin creating engaging, digital bulletin boards for your class!