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Ideas of using Wallwisher in Mathematics Classrooms


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Are u using Wallwisher in your Math teaching learning.

Please share your ideas here.

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You may be interested in looking at these 17 ideas of using Wallwisher by Tom Barrett.
I mentioned Wallwisher in answer to Lori's question on Web 2.0 so it seems worth reposting that here - see this link to my recent blog post on Wallwisher

My students enjoy Wallwisher and we now have a Maths wall for each topic that we study - it becomes home to key facts and examples for each topic we study.

Also - here is what they think of Wallwisher!
I used Wallwisher recently with my Year 6/7 Maths class for some feedback about what they needed more help with, what they enjoyed and to find out how maths sessions could be improved. Have a look here: http://www.wallwisher.com/wall/hawkesmaths
Thanks Britt
Great idea indeed ! I would share it with my colleagues .

Britt Gow said:
I used Wallwisher recently with my Year 6/7 Maths class for some feedback about what they needed more help with, what they enjoyed and to find out how maths sessions could be improved. Have a look here: http://www.wallwisher.com/wall/hawkesmaths
This one is so good http://www.wallwisher.com/wall/web2wallwisher
Thanks Colleen.

Colleen Young said:
I mentioned Wallwisher in answer to Lori's question on Web 2.0 so it seems worth reposting that here - see this link to my recent blog post on Wallwisher

My students enjoy Wallwisher and we now have a Maths wall for each topic that we study - it becomes home to key facts and examples for each topic we study.

Also - here is what they think of Wallwisher!
Rashmi Kathuria said:
This one is so good http://www.wallwisher.com/wall/web2wallwisher
Thanks Colleen.

Thank you Rashmi.
My students have written some great comments on our walls - look at this one on using a Wiki.
I have a couple more ideas for using wallwisher and have written about them here.
Your link just shows up black on my computer. Could I be doing something wrong. Was looking forward to seeing all 17 ideas.


Rashmi Kathuria said:
You may be interested in looking at these 17 ideas of using Wallwisher by Tom Barrett.
Jodi try this link where I have given several Wallwisher links including 105 ideas by Sean Banville!
The Interesting Ways to use Wallwisher in the classroom link (Tom Barrett) is included there. Note there are many more than 17 now!

It can be very slow to load - the black you refer to - It is a Google document and I have noticed this problem before. You may have more success with the Interesting Ways link within my link above, I have often found it quicker. You will also have access to the other 'Interesting Ways' documents.

Note that Wallwisher walls can be quite slow to load, it's a great tool though - really easy to use.

I see from my blog that someone must have arrived there via this discussion!

The latest version of Wallwisher is excellent - much faster.

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