Learn Padlet – NEW! Tutorial

This video tutorial will show you how to use Padlet. Think of Padlet as a wall where you can express your thoughts on a common topic. Collect your ideas through text, link, images, videos, bookmarks and more. Share your Padlet with as many or with as little people as you wish and you control how you want your invites to contribute to your Padlet. Padlet lets you customize the look of your wall and the style of your content placement. Padlet is FREE to use, there are certain features that do require a membership.


26 thoughts on “Learn Padlet – NEW! Tutorial”

  1. Very helpful! I have an app on my school issued I-Pad. I will be using it often now that I know what to do. Thanks for your help.

  2. A Question for Jamie Keith: Which is the Software that you are using here for your Screen-cast? Thanks for the nice and informative video by the way

  3. This is exactly what I have been wanting to know. Thank you so very much. I am also interested in what screencasting program you are using. What is it called? I like that it isn't in a separate box. You have a lovely and informative manner of teaching. Thanks!

  4. I tried to use padlet some three years ago with my students (secondary children between 10-14 years old). They didn’t respect the “ rule” of writing their names in their posts. So it was impossible for me to find out who had done what! They abused of this marvellous tool, posting p.e. racist insults and pornographic photos. So, unfortunately I stopped using padlet with my pupils. My questions are:
    1. How can I know who posts what?
    Ist there a setting such as e.g. an individual password (for each pupil a different
    one) to enter the padlet, which automatically will be showed when the pupil makes
    a post?
    2. While working together in the class on a padlet, how can I avoid they start chatting
    with each other instead of working? Is it possible they all work simultaneously on
    the same padlet but cant see what the others are doing? (of course, only after all
    posts have been moderated?)

  5. Thank you so much for this very helpful video! It helps create a lot of possibilities for classroom and other uses.

  6. Looking Good Jamie – this has been helping a lot of our teachers – using this "teaching tutor selfhelp" guides you have made

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