From a teacher's standpoint:
- compile an entire unit's worth of work
- set up a unit review
- break down a difficult multi-step concept into several mini lessons
- provide differentiation in learning
- create a digital portfolio that highlights his or her best work
- create an in-depth project
- explain a concept
Of course, these are just a few ideas but enough came to my mind that I felt it would be a good digital tool to share. Below, I've embedded a very simple example of a blendspace I created. Please keep in mind it is just an example and I would not want anyone to use it as a valid lesson!!!! To view it in slide show mode press play (upper left hand corner of the window).
Here is a short tutorial that shows the steps I took to create the "lesson" above. I hope you find Blendspace to be a useful tool in your classroom!