I’ve prepared slides for a sharing with colleagues tomorrow. It’s up here now so that other educators can benefit from it too.
Linoit appears as simply just virtual stickies. Students post their comments, ideas etc, then teacher open up canvas for all to see – and that’s it. Done with lesson. Honestly, that’s my initial impression of Linoit.
Until, I have to conduct a sharing on using Linoit. Sounds easy, right? Just a screenshot of the various tools and how each works. However, it was not as straightforward as that. The instruction given to me was that… I should not simply share how to use Linoit but how to use Linoit for collaborative learning.
It was quite a challenge for me. Can Linoit really be used for collaborative learning? But after some google search, reviewing some public canvas, reading up on collaborative learning, Thinking Routine, Cooperative learning strategies etc, I was mind-blown. The capacity Linoit has for a student-centred lesson is quite impressive. In fact, as I was doing up the slides, I also reflected on the lessons I had this year and thought of how I could have use Linoit to manage it better. Perhaps next year 🙂
Hope you guys find this useful! Oh and the best part? I’ve prepared a guide for teachers and students too! Click here for the guide.
Download link: Linoit for Collaborative Learning