Author Archives: Susan Oxnevad

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

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!

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Science Creative Challenges Winners

We are pleased to announce the winners of our first 3 Science Creative Challenges. With many amazing images to choose from, it was very difficult to choose one winner from each category. The tie-breaking factor in each case came down to the level of student engagement. The winners of each of these challenges will be awarded 3 Premium EDU accounts to give to teachers at their school. Congratulations to Laura Moore, Christi Collins and Patricia Merlino! Many thanks to everyone who submitted an image.

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Unpacking Tech & Engineering for a New Creative Challenge

In February we promised to launch our next Creative Challenge focusing on Technology and Engineering. This is part of a bigger effort to curate content related to the disciplines involved in STEAM and also to  demonstrate amazing ways to use ThingLink by sharing the work of our education community members.

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Using ThingLink to Support STEAM

We’re excited to be hosting an online virtual booth and presentation at the STEAM & Arts Integration Winter Online Conference on February 7th. We invite you to jon us at the conference for our presentation,  I Have a ThingLink for STEAM.

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Crowdsourcing To Share & Create Science Resources

Many teachers are creating amazing interactive images packed with resources for teaching science. Many students are using ThingLink to demonstrate learning about science by annotating images with multimedia. Good news! We are crowdsourcing to collect resources to and share great interactive images for teaching and learning about science. We hope you will join us.

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Take the ThingLink Science Creative Challenge

Today we are pleased to launch the first three ThingLink Creative Challenges using a new tool that will make it easier to curate and share great science images.

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Build Your ThingLink Classroom

The start of the New Year seems like the perfect time to review teacher management features to make it simpler for students to signup, create and collaborate with ThingLink. We hope you will find these quick video tutorials with accompanying written directions to be helpful. In addition, we invite you to attend our upcoming webinar, Build Your ThingLink Classroom, on January 13th at 8:00 PM EDT for a comprehensie overview of features with ideas for integration.

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Full STEAM Ahead with ThingLink Creative Challenges in 2015

Over the course of the next few months we’ll be collecting, curating and encouraging our community to create science content to support Next Generation Science and STEAM. Many ThingLink users are creating wonderful content in the various categories of STEAM and we want to make it easier to discover and use content. We also want to engage our teacher and student community to contribute to the continuously growing database of interactive content.

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12 Ways to Embrace ThingLink in the New Year

We’ve put together 12 examples of ways to embrace ThingLink for teaching and learning in the New Year. The ideas are for those who are just starting out, or for those who already love ThingLink! We hope you will get inspired by the interactive images created by our talented community members over the course of the last 12 months. To learn how to use any of these ideas in your classroom, click the information link below each example. Happy New Year!

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Celebrating ThingLink Expert Educators

ThingLink Expert Educator Badge

As the year comes to a close we would like to take a moment to thank and recognize the ThingLink Expert Educators of 2014. These talented educators share our enthusiasm and passion for transforming teaching and learning with ThingLink. They inspire others with their innovative ideas and creative uses of the tool. We are very thankful for the opportunity to collaborate and connect with these amazing educators and we are appreciative of all the sharing they do!

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