In this episode, learn about Wakelet and all the ways you can use it with students and colleagues this school year. You’ll hear from Rachel Coathup who talks about how this free tool is a must-have in your tool belt.
Listen to the podcast episode on your favorite platform:
- First, decide on one way you might want to use Wakelet.
- Next, create an account or open up the platform.
- Then, add content, organize content, and maybe add collaborators.
- Finally, share your collection with students, families or colleagues.
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- Find Rachel Coathup on Twitter
- Rachel Coathup’s Instagram
- Find Badge Ed Tech on Twitter
- Badge Ed Tech Website
- Wakelet (Content Management and Collaboration tool)
- Adobe Spark for Education (Information on setting up free tools)
- Adobe Creative Educator Program (Free professional development courses and educational resources)
- Clubhouse (Drop-in audio chat tool)
- EdTech Demonstrator Programme
- A 200 Word Challenge for Student Writers (Blog Post)
- 40 Ways to Inject Creativity into Your Classroom with Adobe Spark
- The Values of Being an Adobe Creative Educator (Blog Post)
- Tips for Using Breakout Rooms with Desiree Alexander (Podcast Episode)
- ISTE Standards | The Leader in Edtech Standards