Objective: Participants will learn an interdisciplinary approach to using Padlet in the classroom.

Introduce Yourself

Click on the Padlet below to introduce yourself.  Double click anywhere on the wall to begin.

Why Use Padlet?

1. Engaging

2. Collaborative

3. Flipped Learning

Interdisciplinary Uses

Padlet is an online graffiti wall where teachers and students can have discussions, share web links, post notices, collect feedback, or watch and share videos. Padlet accounts are free and you can make as many walls as you like. Students do not have to create an account to post on your walls. The notes you post can contain links, videos, images, and document files. (definition retrieved from: http://classroom21.ncdpi.wikispaces.net/Padlet).

Padlet Examples

Book Club:  Across grade level, collaborative literature circle.

Junkyard Wonders

Charlotte's Web

Science: Exit ticket after a science lesson over the 3 R's.

Problem Solving: Students collaborated with another classroom to generate word problems.  We later used it as a problem solving math station.


Brainstorming:  To activate prior knowledge and create an understanding of the Toshiba ExploraVision competition goal.  Students worked in teams to brainstorm a technology, identify the problem(s) the technology solves, and the positive and negative consequences of the technology

ELAR Stations:

Lesson Organization & Flipped Learning:

Video Reflections and Discussions:

Create a Padlet

1. Create your own Padlet account.

2. Think about how you could integrate Padlet into an lesson or unit of study.

3. Create a wall for your lesson.

4. Try to insert a YouTube link and upload a picture.

5. Try to embed your Padlet into your classroom website, or find out how to create a QR code.

Padlet Tutorials

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