Wallwisher in action

I first came across www.wallwisher.com about six months ago but couldn’t really see how an online noticeboard would help with my teaching. Then, as is so often the case, a tweet came through that made me look at things in a different way, @tombarrett sent details of 16 ways to use wallwisher in the classroom. Now I’m working on using wallwisher pages to scaffold answers to GCSE History questions using the indicative content provided by the exam board, a link to an example is here, give me a shout if you’d like the addresses of any of the others.

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