Tackk is a great, free tool that allows both students and teachers to create content online quickly and easily.
You don’t need an account to get started, simply go to Tackk.com and start adding text and photos to build your own, one page website!
Tackk offers a lot of perks for teachers:
- Embed your Tackk easily onto your district website or classroom blog
- Add videos, photos, text, audio, maps, contact forms and more to a Tackk
- Students can go to the Tackk website and start creating a Tackk right away no sign in, nothing!
- Once completed, your Tackk ready to publish on the web right away
- Use Edmodo? Tackk integrates seamlessly with Edmodo allowing teachers and students to log-in to the Tackk website using their Edmodo credentials
Looking for inspiration? Check out the Tackk blog or better yet, check out the Tackk education page. There are some great examples of how teachers are using Tackk in the classroom, including: lesson planning, project planning, posting student assignments, displaying student work, collaboration (both in and out of the classroom), and more.
This teacher is asking her students to create a digital graduation announcement in the form of a webpage using Tackk.
Here’s a Gettysburg Address lesson plan. Students have to use Tackk to create their own version o fthe Gettysburg Address.
The possibilities are great with Tackk. Also, check out the Tackk edu blog for more ideas.
** Disclosure: This post originally appeared on KCS Tech Coach, a blog written by Dawana for Kettering City School District.**