SchoolNet webinar recording from Thursday 14 November 3:30pm ‘Symbaloo–a great classroom tool for all age groups’

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On Thursday afternoon (31st October) at 3.30pm we held a SchoolNet webinar entitled ‘Symbaloo – a great classroom tool for all age groups’’ presented by Fiona Beal. Thank you to all who attended the webinar.

Summary of the webinarFiona says,
”In this webinar we’ll take a look at one of my favourite webtools, Symbaloo, and how it is used in the classroom. (Symbaloo is available on your browser and also as a free iPad and Android app.) It is a great curation/bookmarking tool with a unique, attractive and compact look and feel. I have enjoyed noticing the ways teachers around the world use Symbaloo in their classrooms right from Kindergarden to High School. It has a myriad of uses for any age group.”
Presenter: Fiona Beal of SchoolNet

Presentation
Fiona’s presentation is given below via SlideShare and you can download it should you wish to.



Symbaloo – a great classroom tool for all ages from Schoolnet SA



Webinar recording

If you wish to listen to the presentation the recording link can be found at
a) http://meet78641452.adobeconnect.com/p2kwyya2z4n/ (17 mins)
b) http://meet78641452.adobeconnect.com/p35h3s8lr78/ (3 mins)
The reason for having two sections is that for some reason the sound disappeared and noone could hear so I had to go out of Adobe Connect and come back in again to restore the sound. Because of this I created a screencast video of my presentation and uploaded it to YouTube. You might prefer to watch that instead. Here it is:



An example of how a student uses Symbaloo

How a Grade 7 student uses Symbaloo in her Science lessons



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