Virtual Bulletin Board

A teacher from one of the Facebook Groups I am apart of created our Brightest work virtual page. I LOVED this idea SO much. I thought it would be a great way for students to share their work with each other. Also we hang up student work on our bulletin boards at school all. the. time. and this is just one more way that we can try to keep our school day as “normal” as possible.

When you click on one of the “click here” options it will bring you to a page showing off that students work. I also added a space for comments. This is a student’s work from the end of the school year last year. His mom took a picture of his work & turned it in each day, so I was able to just add the picture to his slide.

To find out how to LINK pages – visit my post about creating a Bitmoji Classroom – I go into detail on how to link pages OR visit my post about Creating a Class App, this will also show you how to link pages! If you are ready to Publish your Google Creation you can check out how to do that here!

Another way I was thinking about using this this year is by having students choose a piece of work that they want to share with the class (through ClassDojo student portfolio). That way they can take some ownership on what they would like to “show off”. We can also use this as a Share during our Virtual Morning Meeting. Each taking a turn to share something we have worked hard on and are proud of. I wouldn’t have everyone did it all in one day, but maybe once a month, students get to choose their “Proud of Me” piece of work they would like to share. This would also help with student ownership! Win-win!

If you have any questions or tips, please leave a comment below! Thank you!!

Published by KinderKidatHeart

Hi! My name is Katie Friedl and I have taught Kindergarten in Chicago for 13 years. It is not always easy, but its worth it! I will be writing about by tips and tribulations about teaching K in Chicago. Stay tuned to be inspired (hopefully... crossing my fingers) and probably even get a little giggle... at my expense I'm sure!

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