Do you want help introducing a tech tool to your students?
Aidan, Kris & myself are more than happy to help introduce tech (remote, or IRL) to your class. We can also spend time, or an entire Digital Essentials class period helping your students, or supplementing an existing project in your curriculum!
If it makes sense for one of us to come in more than other (ex: Do you want Kris' database, or Sora expertise? Aidan's website building skills?) We can come into your class even if we don't regularly teach Digital Essentials in that grade.
Just let us know as a team in advance, & we will work out the logistics.
We are also as excited as you are to help in a more significant way with interdisciplinary projects. Let's collaborate!
1 Log into Wakelet, and Click "Create a new collection"
2 Enter a Title & Description (optional) for your Collection
Optional: Click "Add a cover image" to add an image to your Collection.
You can upload an image you have saved on your computer, or choose from the free Wakelet image library
4 You can now start adding items to your collection! Click the green "Plus" icon to add a resource.
5 Click "Paste URL" to paste a link to a webpage
6 The URL you pasted will then appear as a collection item, with an auto-generated preview from the website
Click "YouTube" to search YouTube videos directly from Wakelet.
You can also paste the YouTube video URL into Paste URL.
8 Click "Image" or "Upload PDF" to add a file that is saved on your computer (you don't just have to add online resources).
9 Click "Edit" on a collection item to add, or customize a text description
10 Click "Done" to save any changes you make to your collection item.
11 You can change the layout of your collection by clicking "Change Layout."
When you are done adding items to your collection, Click "Done."
You can always go back into your collection and Edit it, to add more items!
When your collection is ready to share, Click "Invite" to add a collaborator.
A collaborator can view AND edit your collection, so if you just want to share your collection with a class to view it, skip this!
2 Click "Copy link" and paste it in an email, or any other platform to share it.
Click Share to share your collection with a person, or class.
If you share your collection this way, people or classes can view & access the resources in the collection, but they can't edit the collection itself.
4 Click Copy to paste the link on any platform (like an email)
5 Or click the Classroom icon to share the Wakelet directly to Classroom.