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Favorite Tech Tools For Social Studies Classes

KQED News • May 21, 2015

Padlet is a digital bulletin board that has been around for several years and is often cited as a favorite among educators. It is free for a trial period and then five dollars per teacher after that. “The thing I love about Padlet is you can work on things simultaneously with other people,” Langenhorst said. In a social studies context, she likes the interactive maps and the opportunity to build interactive timelines. She even uses Padlet with new teachers to help them organize all the content that can overwhelm new hires.

10+ No-Signup Collaboration Tools You Can Use in 10 Seconds

MakeUseOf • March 5, 2015

Padlet is attractive to educators with its ability to create visual interaction in the classroom. Its use is open to interpretation. If you need a creative tool to collaborate with others on, Padlet it is.If you want to save and access your walls later, an account is highly recommended – you don’t want to lose all the work. You can create several walls, and with an account, you’ll find all your creations organized in your account.

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