Scriblink
www.scriblink.com
Great for small groups to collaborate!
Scriblink is a free digital sketchpad that users can share online in real time. Similar to a pen and paper, minus the dead trees, plastic, and the inconvenience of being at the same place at the same time.

Notes:
  • Students can create something with people in different locations. A great lesson in collaboration.
  • To use it with a group or class, you will need to set it up at the time you will use it and then have students get to it. We place the link on our website for them to access.
  • There is a maximum of 6 users.
  • Participants can erase work of others.
  • Chat is a great feature when the participants are in different locations. It can be used to direct the activity.

Scriblink Tour:


Examples of ways to use Scriblink in the classroom:

First Grade students in a reading group were asked to write words in a word family box. After a certain amount of time the teacher allowed them to add to the other boxes. After that, the teacher and students discussed the words, erased the duplicates fixed spelling errors.

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Students in a second grade reading group each had to illustrate a vocabulary word from the text:

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Third grade students worked in groups to brainstorm verbs. Then the teacher used the interactive whiteboard to review them together, delete the duplicates and correct spelling errors.

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Other Scriblink ideas:

Collaborate with a partner to create a poster about something (ex. Earth Day message, book review, report poster)
Brainstorm ideas
List math facts/fact families
Add a picture and have students list adjective to describe it

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http://cacoo.com/
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Dabbleboard
http://dabbleboard.com/

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Scribblar
http://www.scribblar.com/

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http://todaysmeet.com/