Wordle in the Classroom

Tom Barrett, developed the below presentation. It is full of strategies and tips for effectively integrating Wordle with teaching and learning.

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26 thoughts on “Wordle in the Classroom”

  1. I was wondering where the setting is to use the 25 top words in a speech. I have used Wordle, but couldn’t find this one and would like to use it! Thanks!

  2. These inovative learning techniques will give students the ability to open up their minds and think. There is no excuse you have been giving the tools to succeed. Opening this spectrum will allow educators to learn and grow with their students incorporating communication and problem solving skills. Wow what a way to learn.

  3. Wordle has so many interesting uses and can really get kids to not only create but think and react to things. I’m really trying to use it to push my kids thinking and reflection.
    .-= Scott´s last blog ..NECC Notes =-.

  4. This PLN collaboration is an incredible resource! I can’t wait to use Wordle for classroom polls and graphing in my 1st grade inclusion class. It will make a great workstation for them to rotate through during our content area workshops. I also really like the idea of comparison of genre elements and character traits. Wordle walking through a text sounds like such fun! What wonderful ideas! I see many opportunities for higher level analysis and discussion. Thanks for sharing this! I’ll be passing it along to my colleagues!
    .-= Kerrie´s last blog ..Way to Go Wiggio! =-.

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