Hey Shelley! Thanks for sharing this tool. I love it and use it frequently as a pre-workshop activity to engage people in conversation.
My current prompt is something like "What Does a 21st Century Classroom Look Like?". Participants work to add text and images of the tools, teachers and students in motion: talking, presenting, collaborating...it's been a successful activity so far and the added bonus is that participants are being introduced to it and learning it at the same time. Lots of fun!
Some other ways we have used the tool:
- Students create snippets of "stories" and gather them into a story line
- Pre-filled stickies can be sorted into categories or organized for planning and my favorite:
- Sharing session with teachers (include pictures and video) and then talking about which 21st century skills we see present!
Here are some other resources for WallWisher:
Don't forget to attend this month's ST Live Webinar, September 27th at 7:00 CST where we will showcase WallWisher and other data collecting tools. We will also do a few hands on activities using Wallwisher.
Sorry Vanessa I could not attend your marvelous Wall Wisher webinar. Time got away from me due to our Midwest flooding and assisting neighbors moving docks into our bay for safety off the main channel. We are all safe and the flood waters are high but we will have very little damage to our home and surrounding areas.