Take the Arts & Design Creative Challenge

Are you ready for another STEAM related Creative Challenge? In an ongoing effort to curate content related to the disciplines involved in STEAM, we are pleased to announce the Arts & Design Creative Challenge. This Creative Challenge helps us demonstrate amazing ways to use ThingLink by encouraging members of our EDU community to create, share and curate with ThingLink. As a bonus, the winner of this Creative Challenge will receive 3 ThingLink EDU Premium accounts for teachers at your school!

What is STEAM?

STEAM is an approach to teaching that supports arts integration across the curriculum. In a STEAM classroom teachers design learning experiences that encourage students to engage in a creative process that connects an art form to one or more core subject areas, such as Science, Engineering, Technology or Math to meet objectives in all areas.  ThingLink is the perfect tool to support STEAM powered learning because every ThingLink starts with an image.

Create a ThingLink for the Arts and Design Challenge

We encourage participants to think outside of the box when creating and sharing a ThingLink for this challenge. Here are 3 ideas to get you started.

Launch a Study of a Famous Artist or Designer



Design a Project on STEAM and Arts Integration.









Get Creative and Tell a story About Design

Take the Arts & Design Creative Challenge

Go to the Creative Challenges site to submit your image and get inspired by the images created by our education community members. The Creative Challenge will run for 30 days and the winner will receive 3 ThingLink EDU Premium accounts to share with teacher collaborators.

New to ThingLink?

Watch this quick tutorial to learn how to create a ThingLink.

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Susan Oxnevad
Susan Oxnevad 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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