Category : Classroom Creative Challenge

Product Deconstruction Challenge Examples to Inspire

a Rubik's Cube Deconstructed

In September, ThingLink EDU partnered with Ed Charlwood to launch the Product Deconstruction Challenge. Ed is the Head of Design and Director of Digital Learning at an Independent school in West London. His idea was to design a global creative challenge for students to learn about everyday products we use by taking them apart. Today we are pleased to share a growing collection of interactive images that have been submitted by students for the Product Deconstruction Challenge.

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Take the Product Deconstruction Challenge this Fall

Join us in our next ThingLink Creative Challenge to investigate, create and share interactive images that explore the hidden side of the things we use everyday by deconstructing products and analysing them.

We are pleased to announce the Product Deconstruction Challenge, a creative challenge designed by Ed Charlwood. Ed is the Head of Design and Director of Digital Learning at an Independent school in West London.

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Design Your Digital Self

We are kicking off the ThingLink Summer Challenge #TLChallenge with a fun activity designed to help educators get started using ThingLink EDU. Explore the use of rich media tags to tell your professional story and introduce yourself  as you Design Your Digital Self.

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New Topics for Bring the Textbook to Life!

We have collected participant feedback to help fine tune our Classroom Creative Challenge to get the most out of the learning as the school year quickly comes to a close. We have selected the most popular topics to offer participating classrooms choices and  hope you find these topics simple and enjoyable.

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Bring the Textbook to Life! Update & Advice

As we begin the 3rd week of the our Classroom Creative Challenge, we would like to pause for a moment to highlight the school images displayed in our Book Channel at the top of the post, share a story illustrating one approach to completing the creative challenge, and collect some feedback from participants to get the most out of the learning. We also want to give busy students and teachers some time to catch up or join us. This project gets better with a lot of participation!

It is clear now that the most important task for this challenge is to share an interactive image of your school, and then build on that by participating in additional challenges as time allows.

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Living in the US! Games at Recess

Week 2 Classroom Creative Challenge

Recess is a favorite part of the school day for many students in the US. We would like to hear about the games students play and the things they like to do during recess every day to find out if it is the same or  in places across the US.

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