Thinglink is an amazing tool that streamlines your lessons and makes them more interactive! There are tons of ways to use this in your classroom, but here are my top three:
1.) You can use it as a teacher created "interactive picture" using web resources you find, rather than accidentally closing a tab, or having to change browsers in the middle of the lesson. You can also use pictures or voice clips stored in your drive! 2.) You can assign each student (or group) a part of a picture (i.e.- cell) then personally link them all yourself to share a collaboration with your class. 3.) You can create student accounts and each student (or group) can create his or her own interactive picture to explain the learning going on!
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Example of a Teacher Created ThingLink (Holly Blais, Prek Teacher):
Example of a Class Created Thinglink (Jeff Miller's Middle School Class)
Examples of Student Created Thinglinks (Stacie Holzberger's Middle School Classes)