Friday, June 3, 2011

How To's and Tutorials with Tildee

Tildee is a simple to use web 2.0 tool that allows you to create tutorials and how to's.  You can create without registering.  After you create the tutorial, you add a email address and it is sent to you.  Registration allows you to save your tutorials and modify them as necessary. 
Tildee give you a web link to your tutorial and you can share it as you like.  You give your tutorial a name, add steps and include images, video or Google maps with a few clicks.  Here is my example tutorial on how to create an account on Tildee.  I included a few screen captures in the steps and left some as text only.
This is the link to the tutorial and below is the image of it.

I think this tool offers teachers another keeping it simple tool to add to their instructional tool belt.  It can be used across the curriculum. Tildee could be used to demonstrate knowledge of directions, sequencing, progressions, problem solving, logic, and story-boarding.  The possibilities of sharing something are endless.   I think the uncomplicated interface will appeal to students. "How To" assignments are popular in many schools.  This tool is perfect for that and I can see teachers sharing so many things in this format.

Do remember, Tildee a Web 2.0 tool so teachers need to follow the school's acceptable use policy regarding this and other tools. 

Check it out and see what you think!  I'd love to hear back in a comment.

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