Wednesday, December 18, 2013

Thinklink Revisited

Over a year ago, I wrote this blog post about Thinglink. I thought I'd give you an update with several other blog posts about how to use this tool in your classroom! I also just read about their Educator account which
is FREE so you can manage your student accounts (even under 13 with permission - see their terms of service)! You must act today! All new teacher accounts created BEFORE the end of December will have access to Thinglink Premium features!

Just a refresher - Thinglink allows you to upload an image and tag parts and pieces of the image with links, videos, embeds and more. Think about how YOU could even use it in a presentation or lesson!

Here, Susan Oxnevad shares 10 Innovative Ways to Use ThinkLink in the Classroom.

I just saw this tweet from her using Thinglink... Flexible Learning Paths.

Interesting Ways to Use Thinklink in the Classroom post by Jamie Forshey embeds a collage of famous composers Thinglink which links to music and biographical info. Cool! She also gives ideas for similar Thinglinks in other content areas. Bet you have some ideas! How can you add to the list? Comment below!

Lastly, visit the Thinglink Pinterest boards!

What's stopping you from trying Thinglink?

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