I’m not much of a gamer, but one video game that always piqued my interest as a kid (OK, and as an adult too!) was/is Pacman, so when I saw this app shelf I knew I had to somehow make use of it. So here it is…
Make your way around the Pacman gameboard to locate the best posts of March 2015: Tech it Up Tuesday with the latest cool tools reviews… Spotlight on Strategies focusing on integrating digital media into the classroom… New Diigo bookmarks highlighting useful resources… All of this and more lives within the must-see collection edtech goodies that can be utilized to tech out your lessons and assignments.
Just hover over the interactive image below to expose what lies beneath the Pacman arcade!
Check out the full screen version of this image here.
Like this interactive image? Then be sure to visit the following must-see sites for tons of ideas for incorporating ThingLink into classroom activities: 87+ Interesting Ways to Use Thinglink in the Classroom created by Donna Baumbach (Aunty Tech) and the ThingLink Toolkit developed by Susan Oxnevad. Of course, my Educate with ThingLink post also contains a variety of integration strategies as well.