Wallwisher - quadrilaterals

I have written about Wallwisher before – it’s a great way to collect feedback from students or perhaps for them to create a ‘revision wall’ with key facts for a topic. (Note that Wallwisher walls can be a little slow to load).

It struck me recently that it is a very simple way for teachers to create a matching type exercise.
See for example Quadrilaterals – properties.

Only the wall owner can move sticky notes around so this could be used in the classroom as a starter once logged in to Wallwisher. 

Another possibility – move the sticky notes to solve the equations.

Some student thoughts on Wallwisher – on a wall of course! 

Further information and links on Wallwisher.


 Wallwisher can be used to create an online noticeboard.

This  provides a very simple way to gather feedback from students, for example there are some thoughts here from year 7 on using a Wiki.  It is very simple to create a wall of  examples such as this one used with Year 7 Mathematics students. Students could collaborate to produce a wall of key facts for revision. Here is an example of a History teacher’s wall.

Ideas for Wallwisher in the classroom from Tom Barrett’s ‘Interesting Ways’ series.