Friday, September 6, 2013

Bring images to life with Thinglink

So many wonderful projects are being made recently using Thinglink.  It is time to showcase some of them here for you.  Perhaps they will spark a creation of your own! They are embeddable and so much fun for students and teachers alike to work on. We appreciate the ability to integrate formal writing and opportunities for further engagement with images and links that are revealed through mouseovers.



Kelsey Vroomunn uses Thinglink in her High School AP European History and French Language Classes and her blog post "Using Thinglink to prepare for the AP Cultural Comparison" exhibits some student samples.



  History project driven by essential question


Here is some help on getting started using this tool yourself, and you can visit this Thinglink toolkit on wikispaces.com
 

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