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TLED 430 Module 3 Collaborative Assignment

Web 2.0 Tools to Support Collaborative learning

Read the directions in Blackboard on how to complete this sheet.

MY NAME: Meagan Cornett


Name of the tool Padlet
(Presenter
shares this
info)
Where to access https://padlet.com/
this tool (web
address)
(Presenter
shares this
info)
Brief instructions 1) Log on to the website.
of how to use the 2) Sign up for the free account (you just need an email address)
tool (please 3) Once you are logged in you can begin making a new padlet
number these) individually or join a group.
(Presenter 4) select the type of layout you want
shares this 5)You can then make many customizations to your board and
info) make it how you like.
4 Positives and 3 Positives: Challenges:
challenges of 1. Easy instructions on how to 1. With the free setting, you
using the tool set it up and make the only get three padlets to
(Presenter board how you like. work on.
shares this 2. People can find your work 2. You have to have an email
info) easily. to sign up.
3. You can collaborate with 3. Depending on the child’s
other individuals and create computer abilities it might
the board together, without be a little difficult for them
having to be next to each to get a hang of creating
other. the boards.
4. The boards can be made
private so others can not
see them unless you allow
them to.
Together with 1. Fourth Grade Writing (SOL 4.7) The student can use Padlet to
your group brainstorm using different pre writing strategies and then share it with
BRAINSTORM other students or the teacher to get feedback.
specific grade
level/subject 2. Third Grade Science (SOL 3.2) The student can create columns with
matter ideas for the different simple and compound machines and then another student
how the tool can can list the functions and purposes of each one.
be used in PK-12.
Add as many 3.Fourth Grade Math (SOL 4.1) The teacher or student can write numbers
numbers as you and make another student compare the two numbers to see if they are
need to (e.g. 1-3 less than, greater than, or equal too; by writing the correct sign. Another
if you have 3 thing they could do is write a number and under line a place value and
members in your the other student has to figure out what the place value is.
group or 1-4 if
you have 4). One
idea per peer.
You should do
this DURING your
conversation.

PEER’S NAME: Jerrica Mora


TLED 430 Module 3 Collaborative Assignment
Name of the Twiddla
tool (Presenter
shares this
info)
Where to https://www.twiddla.com/
access this tool
(web address)
(Presenter
shares this
info)
Brief 1. Enter the website.
instructions of 2. Select the feature that you want to use.
how to use the 3. To invite other students copy the url so you can invite others
tool (please 4. You can collaborate with each other in the chat box.
number these) 5. The teach can monitor to use as a mini lesson.
(Presenter
shares this
info)
4 Positives and 3 Positives: Challenges:
challenges of 1. It is free, there is no sign up 1. The free trial is only good
using the tool fee. for 30 days and has a 20
(Presenter 2. Different page layouts. min time limit.
shares this 3. Includes a chat box to 2. The screen can be edited
info) communicate with other by anyone.
students. 3. The free feature is not
4. Many design elements. private.

Together with 1. Fourth Grade Science (SOL 4.7) The students can download a picture
your group of the solar system and have the other students write the name of them.
BRAINSTORM
specific grade 2. Fourth Grade History (SOL VS.7) The students can create a time line of
level/subject civil war events on the whiteboard feature.
matter ideas for
how the tool can 3.Third Grade Math (SOL 3.17) The students can create graphs using the
be used in PK-12. drawing feature.
Add as many
numbers as you
need to (e.g. 1-3
if you have 3
members in your
group or 1-4 if
you have 4). One
idea per peer.
You should do
this DURING your
conversation.

PEER’S NAME: LaShonda Bennett


Name of the Edmodo
tool (Presenter
shares this
info)
Where to https://www.edmodo.com/
access this tool
(web address)
(Presenter
shares this
info)
Brief 1. Type in the website.
instructions of 2. Click either “Teacher” or “Student” on the homepage.
TLED 430 Module 3 Collaborative Assignment
how to use the 3. In the pop up window put in the group code to join
tool (please
number these)
(Presenter
shares this
info)
4 Positives and 3 Positives: Challenges:
challenges of 1. Private and safe for 1. No print option for quizzes.
using the tool students. 2. The ipad app has glitches
(Presenter 2. Smaller groups can be 3. No other languages are
shares this made within a larger group. available.
info) 3. The teacher can be added
to the group

Together with 1. Fifth Grade English (SOL 5.9) The students could research a country
your group and explain why they want to go there. They could use different
BRAINSTORM resources to get their information. Students would then post their
specific grade research and the other students would reply to their writing about why
level/subject they thought it was interesting.
matter ideas for
how the tool can 2. Fourth Grade History (SOL VS.2) The students will have to view a map
be used in PK-12. that is downloaded. The students will have to label the different regions
Add as many of Virginia.
numbers as you
need to (e.g. 1-3 3. Fourth Grade Math (SOL 4.10) The students will have to describe and
if you have 3 post a picture of a point, line, line segment, ray, angle, and include
members in your endpoints and verticies.
group or 1-4 if
you have 4). One
idea per peer.
You should do
this DURING your
conversation.

DEPENDING ON YOUR GROUP SIZE, YOU CAN ADD OR REMOVE PEER SECTIONS AS NEEDED.