Explore Our Epic Wall of Science & STEAM Resources

Are you looking for resources and inspiring ideas to engage students in standards based 21st Century Learning experiences? We’ve got some amazing resources for you!

Explore & Reuse Our Collection of Interactive Resources

Get inspired by the creative ways teachers are using ThingLink to power up science and STEAM related teaching topics by exploring this Padlet wall of interactive images that have been submitted to the ThingLink Creative Challenges so far. Click on any image to explore the live tags and be sure to use the scroll bar to view images at the bottom of the Padlet.

 4 Ways to Use These Resources

After finding images you like on the Padlet Wall, click the button in the bottom corner to View Source. That will take you to the original image on ThingLink.com/EDU. After that you can

  1. Curate
    Click on the Add to Channel link below any image to quickly curate images into a slideshow of resources.
  2. Share
    Use the Share button to embed any of the images into your own website or blog.
  3. Remix
    Use the Remix button to make a copy of an image and then add your own tags to personalize it for reuse with your students.
  4. Create
    Start with your own image and create a ThingLink

Join Our Free Webinar to Get Inspired

We will be hosting an Interactive Science Image Slam to celebrate the winners of  the most recent Creative Challenges. Get inspired by Laura Moore, Christi Collins and Patricia Merlino and listen to these amazing educators share their ideas and expertise by signing up for our free webinar on February 24th at 8:00 PM EST.

–>Sign up for free webinar

Take the ThingLink Creative Challenge

Join us in creating and curating the best interactive images focusing on Engineering and Technology for a chance to win a $200 Amazon Gift Card. This challenge is open until March 9, 2015.

–>Take the ThingLink Creative Challenge

 

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Susan Oxnevad
Susan Oxnevad is the Director of Education at ThingLink. She strives to build a powerful network of educators who share a passion for using ThingLink to transform teaching and learning. In addition, she also hosts ThingLink webinars for educators and blogs about thoughtful ways to leverage the power of technology for teaching and learning on the ThingLink Blog for Education. Follow her on Twitter @soxnevad
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