Padlet Response - How Do You Stay Engaged?

Posted by Mary Hendra on February 12, 2016

A few months ago, I posed the question, "how do you stay engaged? in a blog post reflecting on current events. One group of teachers engaged with this question - and each other - through an online forum callled Padlet.

Our New York office is engaged in an effort to bring together Facing History educators from different schools across the region in Professional Learning Communities, through a grant from the Booth Ferris Foundation. The PLCs meet monthly, virtually or in-person, so that Facing History teachers can share best practices, reflect on pedagogy and instruction, and explore new resources. In a recent discussion focused on helping students connect to the real world, they discussed our Learn+Teach+Share blog post by using Padlet.

As part of our on-going series this spring on "powering up" Facing History lessons, we share their Padlet response below.

  • Share your thoughts on this question in the comments below.
  • To read the original blog post.
  • To see more of our series on "powering up." 
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Topics: Choosing to Participate, Using Technology, Powering Up Facing History Lessons

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