Wakelet is the easiest way to capture, organize and share multi-media resources with students, teachers, and learning communities.
Wakelet is a free platform that allows you to curate and organize content to save and share. You can save videos, articles, images, tweets, links or even add your own text. Save this content in your bookmarks, or organize related items in to a collection.
How Wakelet works
Save the best educational content you find on the web. This can be articles, resources, videos, social media posts, podcasts and more!
Organize and curate
Organize this content into engaging and meaningful collections. You can add your own notes, images, videos and PDF's to add context and tell a story.
Collaborate and share
Team-work makes the dream work! Invite other educators and students to contribute to your collections. Share your ideas, lesson plans, newsletters and assignments with whoever you want!
I've been keeping a @wakelet collection of awesome ideas I've seen from Ts for activities & protocols during virtual meetings. #remotelearning Check it out! 👀➡️ Activities & Protocols for Video Meetings with Your Class https://wke.lt/w/s/ScwZPk via @wakelet #BPSLearns #MTEdchat
I used @wakelet space to collaborate with students (7th grade). We marked European Week of Sports.🚵♀️🏃♀️⛹️♂️🤾♀️🤽♂️ @EuSport
Students wrote which sports activity they like the most and why. Also they read about the importance of physical activity for their health.
Missed the Future Ready Digital Librarians AppSmash today? Follow the URL below to access the presentation & click https://futureready.org/webinar/digital-learning-app-smash-for-future-ready-librarians/ to watch the webinar. I learned a LOT today! @CISDlib #FutureReadyLibs #tlchat