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How to create a MentorMob playlist

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  • 1. How to create a MentorMob playlist By Fiona Beal fiona@schoolnet.org.za
  • 2. Go to http://www.mentormob.com
  • 3. Decide how you want to sign up
  • 4. This is what your home page looks like. Click on ‘Create a playlist’.
  • 5. After clicking on ‘Create a Playlist’ you’ll arrive on this page
  • 6. The next page shows some similar playlists
  • 7. Time to add content
  • 8. Start the first step – click on ‘Paste link’
  • 9. I pasted a link to a web tool
  • 10. Add your own thumbnail if desired
  • 11. So you go on, just addingwhatever you want use in steps
  • 12. To recap - Go step by step
  • 13. Adding a description
  • 14. And keep going till you have finished all the steps you want to use. Now share it!
  • 15. Copy the link and/or the embed code
  • 16. Make it ‘420’ width for a blog
  • 17. The MentorMob playlist embedded on a blog looks like this
  • 18. Classroom uses• It is great to use for a flipped classroom instruction post.• Students can collect articles for the same project in a team and then present to the class with a verbal explanation• It could allow absoent students to catch up with work.• Provides further resources on a topic.
  • 19. • For language learning one could include reading, writing, listening and speaking resources.• You can use a playlist for assessment as well, as there is something called a ‘Popquizz’ that can be added where one can assess if students understood the material. Or if there is something most are having difficulties with?• Professional development resources – this is a great way to create teacher training material instead of the bulky paper booklets/handouts.
  • 20. Why not try MentorMob? Butfirst let’s take a look on the SchoolNet blog… http://schoolnetsa.blogspot.com