HOW TO USE THIS GUIDE
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Thanks to the wonderful teachers and librarians who contributed resources to this collection.
Images are Not Illustrations: They Are ILMs, by Allan Carrington, University of Adelaidewww.unity.net.au
Connect and Tweet Your Images with #ThingLinktwitter.comConnect with your friends — and other fascinating people. Get in-the-moment updates on the things that interest you. And watch events unfold, in real time, from every angle.
ESSENTIAL: ThingLink in the Classroom by @soxnevadd97cooltools.blogspot.fiCool Tools for 21st Century Learners: Thinglink in the Classroom
Parts of the Neuron Explained with ThingLInk by @mbrittwww.thepsychfiles.comHave you checked out ThingLink yet? Pretty cool tool. Check out what I did with it by putting tabs onto a neuron image. Each tab pops open a YouTube video…
www.thinglink.comThingLink lets users add interactive links to any photo and turn them into fun web experiences that drive engagement.
"Learning is all about the students.
Teachers need to move along a Continuum of Shift. They need to move from content-centred teaching to activity-centred and from teacher-centred to student-centred.
21st century teaching is about interactivity and student engagement."
University of Adelaide
“Everywhere that I have shown it to teachers, it has been very well received.”
~Richard M. Byrne, Free Technology for Teachers
Make Interactive Images on ThingLink by @rmbyrnewww.freetech4teachers.comFree Technology for Teachers: Make Interactive Images on ThingLink Education
ESSENTIAL: CLICK the IMAGE: ThingLink Interactive MindMap by @IPhilVeryGoodwww.thinglink.com
5+ Ways to Use ThingLink for Teaching and Learninggettingsmart.comAs someone who is actively engaged in the never-ending search for free and user friendly digital tools, I was thrilled to discover ThingLink. I immediately fell in love with the tool because of its versatility and ease of use. Since discovering ThingLink, it has become one of my most frequently used tools with teachers and students throughout the school day, as well as for and professional development. I just can’t get enough of this tool!