Wallwisher

More about Wallwisher

Now that some have tried out Wallwisher with classes, a few reflections: When saving your wall, give it a logical address (rather than accepting the default, which is just random numbers and letters – hard to remember or recognise.) Do you have somewhere to provide students with  easy access to the link? (e.g. an ecampus […]

Wallwisher – online post-it notes

Do away with butcherpaper. Allow kids to make comment individually. Manage ideas from many. Wallwisher can help you do this. Try it to capture ideas from a PD session. Use it to track you own thoughts (like a brainstorm/mindmap). Or a simple activity to share opinions of a class group, allowing everyone a chance to ‘speak’ . The process is simple […]