A tool I’ve used many times in the classroom is Thinglink. I often forget how brilliant it is for lots of different purposes:
- shared curation of resources and research
- a place to put contextual links to different elements of a project
- a way to share learning
- a way to explain interactively different elements of an infographic
- sharing information with parents
…so forth and so on.
I’ve been lucky enough to spend an evening with a good friend of mine tonight who asked me for a way to make different elements of an image ‘tappable’ and interactive and my first thought was Thinglink (the result of a quick practice session is below).
Are you using Thinglink in the classroom? I’d love to hear your ideas on it if you are.