- Publish resources for groups and projects
- Getting struggling readers and writers to start producing
- Brainstorm writing for gifted writers
- Students can collect data on specific topics
- Teachers or students can post examples of non-examples of certain ideas or themes
- Teachers can create a visual FAQ of often misunderstood topics
Is It Worth Using?
That depends on what other similar tools you already use (blogging, pinterest, learnist, storify, etc.), and how often students work with visual media in your classroom. I’d suggest giving it a shot, students respond well to it because of its visual nature. Check the screenshots of their “Glogpedia – History” for ideas.
A tutorial on using Glogster in the classroom: