Tackk is a free tool for creating blogs, simple webpages, and digital portfolios. It’s flexible and easy to use so I included it in my Best of the Web presentation at the Ohio Educational Technology Conference earlier this month. In the video embedded below I provide a demonstration of how to create a simple digital portfolio on Tackk. As you’ll see in the video you can sign up for Tackk in a variety of ways including using your Edmodo or Google credentials.
Applications for Education
Last summer Tackk created a Tackk Edu page to showcase examples of using Tackk to create and distribute assignments to students. Visit Tackk Edu to see science, math, social studies, art, and language arts lesson plans that utilize Tackk.
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