Tackk is a web-based application that holds a variety of applications for the classroom! Your tackk can be set to public or private. Students do not need an account to make a tackk, but tackks without an account only live seven days.
Below, look at some things you can do with tackk!
- You can create assignments with tackk: Link all important documents directly from Google Drive to the Tackk page for easy reference for your students. This works well for larger assignments with many steps
- Create a multi-media experience to enhance your lessons through videos, images, and apps
- Have students develop their own tackks to present ideas and a virtual poster
- Embed directly onto your website using html code so that students can access it easily
- Encourage class discussion or flip the classroom, with the comment tab at the bottom
Add art, photos, and student work
and spark discussion in the comment stream below!
Add videos from YouTube
encourage discussion of a shared viewing experience
embed podcasts, songs, and student work! As the class listens together, have students post thoughtful questions or reactions in the stream!
create noticeable links to important websites, documents and links!
tackk is compatible with all types of media and web-based platforms and applications!
Some examples are:
And Many More!
Exit Tickets and Feedback
Ask a prompting question and solicit feedback from your students with embedding a comment form.
Use Rubrics to Guide Student Posting and Comments!
Here is a rubric I developed specifically for comment streams and online discussions. Worried? Don't be! You do not have to have a comment stream on Tackk. Simply click the settings tab and turn off the stream!
Here is a sample tackk I created for part of the Archetype unit.