If you’re a Thinglink groupie like me, then be sure to check out “Interesting Ways to Use Thinglink in the Classroom” resource for additional motivation and inspiration. If you’re not a fan of this “cool tool” yet, then trust me—you will be after viewing the creative ideas compiled in this updated document—one that has been converted to the new Google Presentation format.
Here is an example of a really neat addition to the list—a collage of famous composers complete with links to music and biographical information. I’ll be sure to share this image with one of my best friends who also double as a music teacher in my district!
So, you don’t teach music? No problem! Use this concept to create an interactive image about poets, authors, languages, vocabulary and/or student work! The possibilities are endless!
Don’t miss out on a ton of other great integration ideas as well as Thinglink tips, tricks and a link to Thinglink in Education Pinterest board. Heck, you can even add your own masterpieces to the presentation!
Students not only love being engaged, but they also appreciate having the opportunity to discover new content, so why not use Thinglink images as a means to explore info and/or extend learning related to a particular topic or concept.