Teaching resources: questioning
Share your resource
- Upload your resource to the Teaching Resources (Questioning) Padlet
- Link to it from the discussion below saying how you used it.
- Review two other learner’s contributions, provide feedback or ask a question about how it worked. What might you change for your context?
Creating a resourceIf you wish to create and share your own resources, please note you will need to save as a PDF or image format. Word documents, PowerPoint files and Publisher files do not work well with Padlet.
- Create your resource. It could be hand-drawn, scanned, photographed or using whatever software works best for you.
- Save or export images in PNG or JPG file format. If using Word, PowerPoint or Publisher, save as PDF (you can do this using the Save As… option).
Uploading a resourceYou have to create a Padlet post before you can upload. This is done by clicking an empty space on the Padlet wall or clicking the+ icon at the bottom right of the Padlet.
- Go to the Teaching Resources (Questioning) Padlet (you don’t need a password or account).
- Create a new post on the Padlet and click the upload file icon at the bottom of the new post.
- Click away from the post and the post will be saved to the Padlet.
Planning for Learning: Formative Assessment
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