Padlet is one of my favorite web tools because of its versatility and ease of use. At it's simplest form, it is an online bulletin board. It allows for students to share input, links, resources, and files from anywhere in an easy manner with just a few clicks. Padlet boards can be embedded in your website, shared on Google Classroom, linked, or shared via social media.
Over the last few months, Padlet has created some additional resources to give you more ways to use Padlet and share with other educators. You can collaborate on boards as well as subscribe to updates on your favorite boards.
One of the newest features is the Padlet forum. This is a community to share ideas for using Padlet as well as tips on how to make the most of the new features.
Padlet has created a "Best of Education" board with links to other Padlet boards educators have created. I have embedded the board below so you can see it.
If you are new to Padlet, check out this tutorial video to help you get started. I hope you consider using Padlet in your classroom or try a new idea for how to use Padlet with students.