Symbaloo is a grid of icons that link to various web addresses that you create, organize, and share. Use Symbaloo to organize and share the best of the web with your students.
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Task #1: Click here to visit Symbaloo EDU and create a free account.
Task #2: Once your account is created, go to your home page and click the tour icon (see below). The tour can be viewed in the middle of the screen at your own pace. Take a few moments to go through the tour.
Task #3: After you complete the tour, begin work on your own Symbaloo page. I encourage you to create a personal Symbaloo first while you are learning.

iPad Users: Click here for the Symbaloo Edu app available from iTunes.

Classroom Implications
Teachers can create a Symbaloo for an individual unit or lesson to provide students with links they will visit to find information or engage in learning. Teachers can organize all resources in one place, encourage student-to-student communication, and promote innovation while maintaining simplicity.
Students can also create their own PLE (personal learning environment) by using Symbaloo to research, organize their coursework, or collaborate with their peers.
Learn more about Symbaloo EDU in this video.

Administrative Implications
Administrators can create Symbaloos for PLCs, faculty meetings, and parent and community resources to meet a variety of purposes.

Other Resources
Click here to access the Symbaloo users guide.
See how students are using Symbaloo.

Gaston County has used Symbaloo to support their administrators. Check out their resources.
Check out the Just a Click Away Symbaloo with some of the tools available during this training.

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“The resources provided during the course of this NCDPI training have been helpful to some educators across the state. However, due to the rapidly changing resources available, NCDPI does not represent nor endorse that these resources are the exclusive resources for the purposes outlined during this training."