I get a lot of questions sent to me throughout the week. Some of them are very specific and the answers only apply to one person. Others have the potential for a broader appeal. One of those came to me earlier this week when a reader asked,
“What’s the best interactive tool that we can use to help kids (K-2) to self-reflect on learning? We’d like them to be able to use the touch display to ‘pull’ their names into a column that reflects where they are in their learning.”
An Idea for Using Padlet for Self Reflection in K-2
My suggestion was to try using Padlet
with columns in the background. Students would have their own notes with their names on them to drag and drop into a column that reflects how they feel about the day’s lesson or their overall progress. In this short video
I go into a little more detail about how to create that kind of Padlet activity for your students.
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