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OutcomesOutcomes
 Create a Padlet wall during today’s workshopCreate a Padlet wall during today’s workshop
session to exp...
What is Padlet?What is Padlet?
http://padlet.com/
Padlet is a user-friendly, free, and attractive tool for creatingPadlet ...
Padlet in the Language ClassroomPadlet in the Language Classroom
 See the wall created for this presentation,See the wall...
Important Stuff for StudentsImportant Stuff for Students
 See Padlet’s Terms of ServiceSee Padlet’s Terms of Service
 ht...
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Padlet, formerly known as Wallwisher,Padlet, formerly known as Wallwisher, http://padlet.comhttp://padlet.com
Look for Log In or Sign Up in upper right corner. You may useLook for Log In or Sign Up in upper right corner. You may use...
Once you’ve logged in and created a blank wall, look at the vertical bar on
the right side of the screen. These icons stan...
When you click on Modify This Wall, this page
opens. The first option is to create or edit the wall
title and description ...
When you click on Wallpaper in the yellow bar, you’ll see a number of
options. You can also upload your own photo to use a...
When you click on Layout, you’ll see two options: Freeform and Stream.
Stream is new and could be used for blogging activi...
When you click on Privacy, you’ll see the
choices you have with regard to who
sees your wall and who posts on it.
Hidden L...
Under Address, you can choose to use the URL that Padlet supplies
when you create your wall, or you can request a URL rela...
When you click on Share / Export,
you’ll see a variety of methods for
sharing your Padlet wall with others.
You will also ...
To add something to your wall, double-click anywhere. This box will
appear. You can add a title, write text, add a link, u...
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Padlet in the Language ClassroomPadlet in the Language Classroom
 Overview: How can teachers use it?Overview: How can tea...
Padlet in the Language ClassroomPadlet in the Language Classroom
 Overview: How can students use it?Overview: How can stu...
 WebsitesWebsites
 Creative Commons or public domain photographsCreative Commons or public domain photographs
 VideosVi...
 See links to various example tasks on this PadletSee links to various example tasks on this Padlet
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Padlet and C...
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  2. 2. OutcomesOutcomes  Create a Padlet wall during today’s workshopCreate a Padlet wall during today’s workshop session to explore its use…session to explore its use…  With authentic resourcesWith authentic resources  As an Interpersonal Writing toolAs an Interpersonal Writing tool  As a Presentational Writing and speaking toolAs a Presentational Writing and speaking tool  As a tool for organizing and presenting informationAs a tool for organizing and presenting information  Add Padlet to your repetoire of online tools for worldAdd Padlet to your repetoire of online tools for world language teaching and learninglanguage teaching and learning
  3. 3. What is Padlet?What is Padlet? http://padlet.com/ Padlet is a user-friendly, free, and attractive tool for creatingPadlet is a user-friendly, free, and attractive tool for creating websites that look like bulletin boards or walls. You can postwebsites that look like bulletin boards or walls. You can post text, images, or videos in minutes. It’s also a tool fortext, images, or videos in minutes. It’s also a tool for collaboration because multiple people can contribute to the wall.collaboration because multiple people can contribute to the wall.
  4. 4. Padlet in the Language ClassroomPadlet in the Language Classroom  See the wall created for this presentation,See the wall created for this presentation, http://padlet.com/wall/ofltawkshp2013http://padlet.com/wall/ofltawkshp2013  First, a quick tutorialFirst, a quick tutorial  Then, example usesThen, example uses  Feel free to access Padlet and create your ownFeel free to access Padlet and create your own wall!wall!  If you don’t want your own acount, use theIf you don’t want your own acount, use the facilitator’s (she’ll provide the access info)facilitator’s (she’ll provide the access info)
  5. 5. Important Stuff for StudentsImportant Stuff for Students  See Padlet’s Terms of ServiceSee Padlet’s Terms of Service  http://jn.padlet.com/knowledgebase/articles/153268-terms-of-http://jn.padlet.com/knowledgebase/articles/153268-terms-of-  Related to COPPA (Children’s Online Privacy andRelated to COPPA (Children’s Online Privacy and Protection Act) and FERPA (Family Educational Rights andProtection Act) and FERPA (Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act)Privacy Act)  Especially children under 13Especially children under 13
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  7. 7. Padlet, formerly known as Wallwisher,Padlet, formerly known as Wallwisher, http://padlet.comhttp://padlet.com
  8. 8. Look for Log In or Sign Up in upper right corner. You may useLook for Log In or Sign Up in upper right corner. You may use Shelton’s Padlet account to create your practice walls.Shelton’s Padlet account to create your practice walls. Creating an account requires only an email address and a password or the use of a Google account. Consider creating an account for a class so that students don’t need their own accounts.
  9. 9. Once you’ve logged in and created a blank wall, look at the vertical bar on the right side of the screen. These icons stand for: Home Page Create a New Wall _________ ‘s Account Share / Export Get More Info Get Help Modify This Wall
  10. 10. When you click on Modify This Wall, this page opens. The first option is to create or edit the wall title and description and, if you like, to select a portrait. The other icons in the yellow vertical bar show you what else you can do here.
  11. 11. When you click on Wallpaper in the yellow bar, you’ll see a number of options. You can also upload your own photo to use as a background. Teach students to use only photos from these categories: their own personal photos, a CC-licensed photos, or public domain photos. Appropriate photo credits must be provided.
  12. 12. When you click on Layout, you’ll see two options: Freeform and Stream. Stream is new and could be used for blogging activities.
  13. 13. When you click on Privacy, you’ll see the choices you have with regard to who sees your wall and who posts on it. Hidden Link is the default privacy setting.
  14. 14. Under Address, you can choose to use the URL that Padlet supplies when you create your wall, or you can request a URL related to the content of your wall.
  15. 15. When you click on Share / Export, you’ll see a variety of methods for sharing your Padlet wall with others. You will also be able to choose a format for exporting a wall. You can use the embed code if you want your wall to form part of your website, blog, or wiki. You should be able to embed a wall in an LMS, but it may not be visible in all browsers.
  16. 16. To add something to your wall, double-click anywhere. This box will appear. You can add a title, write text, add a link, upload a file or image, or take a photo with your webcam. Audio files can be uploaded. Once you’ve created the element you can edit, resize, or move it. If you don’t like it, you can delete it.
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  18. 18. Padlet in the Language ClassroomPadlet in the Language Classroom  Overview: How can teachers use it?Overview: How can teachers use it?  Communicate with parentsCommunicate with parents  Post class announcements or assignmentsPost class announcements or assignments  Provide resources for lessons or projectsProvide resources for lessons or projects  Provide supplemental or enrichment materials orProvide supplemental or enrichment materials or additional practice activitiesadditional practice activities  Create a backchannel form of communicationCreate a backchannel form of communication  Other ideas?Other ideas?
  19. 19. Padlet in the Language ClassroomPadlet in the Language Classroom  Overview: How can students use it?Overview: How can students use it?  In class if laptops or tablets are available or in labsIn class if laptops or tablets are available or in labs  At home if Internet access and a device are availableAt home if Internet access and a device are available  To respond to writing promptsTo respond to writing prompts  To collect images or videos related to a topicTo collect images or videos related to a topic  To create a multimedia gallery or presentationTo create a multimedia gallery or presentation  To comment on the work of other studentsTo comment on the work of other students  Other ideas?Other ideas?
  20. 20.  WebsitesWebsites  Creative Commons or public domain photographsCreative Commons or public domain photographs  VideosVideos  Scanned items with no copyright prohibitionsScanned items with no copyright prohibitions  Google Maps and other frame-based sites can’t beGoogle Maps and other frame-based sites can’t be usedused Padlet and Authentic ResourcesPadlet and Authentic Resources
  21. 21.  See links to various example tasks on this PadletSee links to various example tasks on this Padlet wallwall Padlet and Communicative TasksPadlet and Communicative Tasks
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