MODULE

 

4

Creating Content

"You can teach a student a lesson for a day; but if you can teach him to learn by creating curiosity, he will continue the learning process as long as he lives."

Clay P. Bedford

 

Padlet is a community-centered internet application and is, essentially, a virtual bulletin board. This is where collaborators can simultaneously create and organize posts of any content type, whether it be text, documents, images, videos, links, etc. Go ahead and make our voice heard using Padlet.

PADLET

1. A quick introduction 

2. Padlet TUTORIAL 

3. Ten Classroom Uses for Padlet

4. Padlet Tutorial for Teachers 

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1. Padlet for beginners 

2. Learn Padlet (Tutorials) 

3. Using Padlet for Collaborative Learning

4. Instruction manual for teachers

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Imagine seeing the face of your learners while you post an open-ended question. Flipgrid is a free program that allows the teacher and the learner to post short videos online in response to different prompts, and to converse with each other via video.  Learn how to become a Flipgrid Hero and discover how to teach using Flipgrid.

FLIPGRID

 

1. TEACHING REMOTELY WITH FLIPGRID

2. FLIPGRID TUTORIAL YOUTUBE CHANNEL

3. How to get started with Flipgrid

4. Flipgrid and Remote Learning

5. Using Flipgrid for Physical Education and Health

6. How to Teach Remotely with Flipgrid

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1. EDUCATORS' GUIDE TO FLIPGRID

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BOOKCREATOR

Do you want your learners to shine and create content that is rich in colour, creativity and language? Book Creator is a simple and effective tool for creating original and unique digital books. Teachers can design their own teaching resources or have learners take the lead and develop their own voice through the use of Book Creator. Scroll through the videos to find out more.

 

1. Quick start ON how to use BookCreator

2. create EBooks using BookCreator: TUTORIAL

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1. Getting started with Book Creator

2. Promoting multicultural learning with Book Creator

3. BOookcreator interactive book example

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INTERACTIVE

TEACHING TOOLS

How can you create interactive lessons and use interactive tools at the same time? PHET, Desmos, Visno and Classroom Screen make your lessons fascinating and your learners will enjoy the simulations too. In this section, you will learn how to engage learners in interaction, hands-on demonstration and the use of audio-visuals. The emphasis is on meaning and understanding, contrary to conventional rote memorization. Let’s jump right in.

 

1. PHET in 30 seconds (Common Sense EDU)

2. Using Desmos to create Mathematical Simulations

3. Visnos Interactive Maths for Primary Schools

4. Classroom Screen as a Management tool

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1. The PHET Science and Maths Simulater website

2. The DESMOS website

3. The Visnos website

4. The website to start your Classroom Screen

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Using an online quiz is lively, addictive and entertaining. Everyone, including you, will be hooked from the start. Online quizzes provide learners with home-based support for their schoolwork and teachers can track learner progress, analyse  data to generate charts and produce original quizzes themselves. Due to the added gamification aspect, these resources deserve an A+.

1. Kahoot in 30 seconds Common Sense - EDU 

2. How to set up a Kahoot Quiz

3. Downloading Kahoot results for analysis

4. Beginners guide to Google Forms

5. Creating a quiz using Google Forms

6. Google Quiz Templates

7. Socrative Overview

8. How to create & launch a quiz in Socrative

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1. An Overview of Kahoot

2. Setting up a Kahoot Quiz

3. Downloading Kahoot Results for Analysis

4. A Guide to Google Forms

5. An Overview of Socrative

6. Setting up a Quiz in Socrative

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EDPUZZLE

We all like the experience of a puzzle, be it a jigsaw or sudoku. EDpuzzle is an easy to use video platform that helps teachers  boost classroom participation and  help to improve learning through video lessons. EDpuzzle, like most online quizzes, also collects data as students watch and interact with the videos. Solve the puzzle by watching some videos below:

 

1. Turning a video into a class activity

2. How to create lesson videos using Edpuzzle

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The Edpuzzle website

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