1. Get feedback on school trips.
2. Gather resources collectively.
3. Student responses to presentations, media,questions, etc.
4. Generate brainstorming ideas.
5. think of your own…
How to set it up?
1. Go to Wallwisher.com
2. Choose build a wall.
3. Choose a URL name.
4. Enter name and email.
5. Choose a picture
6. Choose public or private.
6. Share by giving out address or embed into a blog post.
7. Start adding Sticky notes.
notes limited to 160 characters
can embed pics and video links into posts
Promethean Resources are now available to all. We have amalgamated various sources into an easily navigable list of training lessons, flipcharts, and animations.
To access the resources..
0 First choose view>browsers.
By choosing the following, you gain access to…
1 Resource browser. From here you have access to resources.
2 My Resources This is where you would save resources particular to your class that you choose not to share with other teachers.
3 Shared Resources. These resources are open for all teachers to see. (This is the active window that the screenshot shows.)
4 Library. Here you find, sounds, templates, backgrounds, etc.
5 Where you to share your creations This is where you will share created materials with fellow teachers. You are able to save to these folders. This should become the most valuable resource the contents are tailored for ISM students.
6 Subjects. A wide range of tools can be found here.
7 Training. All materials use in the recent professional development can be found here.
This section also includes to-the-point how-to’s on how to use particular tools.
“With over 1600 videos, it is easily the most exhaustive collection of instruction on the Internet allowing learners to know that they can fill in almost any of their “gaps” with the content on this site. The content is made in digestible 10-20 minute chunks especially purposed for viewing on the computer as opposed to being a longer video of a conventional “physical” lecture.”
“The Khan Academy is all about using video to explain the world, so what better way to explain the Khan Academy than through videos. If you watch four or five of the videos below, you should have a pretty good idea of how we got started and how we hope to empower everyone, everywhere with a free, world-class education.”