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ThingLink VR Bootcamp is Coming to Chino Valley!

ThingLink VR Bootcamp is Coming to Chino Valley!

We are pleased to offer our first ThingLink VR Bootcamp in Chino Valley, California! This event is open to all educators in the area and it will take place on Wednesday, October 26th, from 8:00 am – 3:00 pm.

Many thanks to the forward thinking team of John Burns and Carl Hampton at Chino Valley High School for reaching out to offer the use of a training space in the district’s Adult School facility. We look forward to being able to work with innovative educators in the area.

About ThingLink VR Bootcamp in Chino Valley

Our Bootcamp promises to be bursting with enthusiasm and packed with pedagogy to help educators learn, share, and create 360/VR Lessons. Our goal is to help educators feel confident and prepared to seamlessly integrate ThingLink 360/VR into the classroom.

This Bootcamp focuses on the powerful possibilities for teaching and learning with virtual reality across all content areas and grade levels. Participants will learn how to design and personalize interactive 360 experiences in the classroom using ThingLink’s 360 photo editor.

In the morning, participants will learn to design lessons that combine the power of ThingLink’s 360 photo editor with Google Apps and other popular 3rd party tools. We will take a look at ways to redesign classroom instructional time to embrace standards with the 360/VR experiences.

The focus of the afternoon will be on creating and publishing a curriculum-aligned activity for use with students. We’ll take a look at tools and resources for content capture, including 360 cameras and apps. With plenty of time dedicated to applying the learning, participants will walk away with a 360/VR lesson to use in the classroom the next day.

Sign up for the ThingLink VR Bootcamp in Chino Valley!

Registration is open. Cost includes a one year ThingLink Premium Education account plus a full day of learning to ensure your successful use of interactive 360/VR in the classroom.

This event promises to be packed with pedagogy and

Register today, space is limited

Bring a VR Bootcamp to Southern California!

We’re happy to offer another Bootcamp while we are in the area on the dates surrounding October 26th. Please email susan@thinglink.com to exchange ideas and offer a space!

Bootcamp is Coming to New Hampshire!

We will be offering a ThingLink VR Bootcamp at Kearsarge Regional Middle School on Friday, Nov 4th. The school is located at 32 Gile Pond Road North Sutton, NH 03221. Stay tuned for more details when registration opens soon.

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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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