Category : Images we Love

Image of the Week: Practicing English in a Virtual Reality Experience

When learning another language, especially one as complex as English, it helps to communicate with others. Creating a virtual ‘meetup’ where your students can ask and answer questions with other English speaking individuals creates an authentic opportunity to learn. Our image of the week comes to us all the way from Israel, specifically Gali’s Global Class.

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Image of the Week: Student Created 360/VR Presentations

The highest level of Bloom’s Taxonomy is creation, where students take information (both previously known & learned) and present it in a new way. ThingLink’s 360/VR editor is the perfect tool to create these immersive presentations. Our image of the week comes to us from Michael Mohammad‘s students.

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Image of the Week: Introducing New Technology through Interactive Imagery

Will your school or district be introducing new technology to your students? ThingLink provides a platform for designing a multimedia launch to the program. Our image of the week comes to us from Cory Goetsch. Cory’s interactive image introduces students to a new offering in the Aplington-Parkersburg School District, the Drone Program.

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Image of the Week: Understand the Meaning of Memorial Day Through Mixed Media

In honor of yesterday being Memorial Day in the US, we are sharing an image which is designed to teach students about Memorial Day. Embedding an image with various media is an engaging way for students to explore a holiday they may be unfamiliar with. Our image of the week comes to us from Susan Gaer.

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Image of the Week: Collect Your Task Cards with ThingLink

The now common phrase, “There’s an app for that” can be daunting for any teacher or student. Task cards can be a great way to learn by doing. Our image of the week comes to us from Ron Burke. Ron’s interactive image embeds a variety of task cards, for various web tools/apps, providing learning opportunities through various challenges.

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Image of the Week: Create a Classroom Virtual Tour

We all have that strange feeling when starting something new. Students experience it each school year when they arrive in their new classroom. Why not alleviate some of the concern by having your students explore and discover their new classroom virtually through an interactive classroom tour?

Mike de Leon & Erin Preder created this Virtual Tour of their school’s media center using ThingLink 360/VR  plus a Ricoh Theta S camera. We love how they included a 360 image within one of the tags to provide students with a closer look into their Bearded Dragon’s (Smaug) tank. Explore this Virtual Tour.

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Image of the Week: Take a Coral Reef Adventure!

Ever wish you could take your students on an adventure of a lifetime? Today’s school budgets limit travel, but ThingLink 360/VR has no limits. Our image of the week, courtesy of Dr. Larysa Nadolny, takes students on a deep sea dive to have a coral reef adventure.

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Image of the Week: Interactive Technology Resources

Any new technology always brings with it a learning curve; a ThingLink interactive image can be a technology resource for learning how to navigate the new tool. Our image of the week comes to us from ThingLink Certified Educator, John Sowash, author of  The Chromebook Classroom. John’s tutorial on Chromebook tips & tricks is a fantastic interactive image.

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Image of the Week: Organize Projects using ThingLink

ThingLink’s variety of media tags allow students to organize projects. Our image of the week comes to us courtesy of Cassie Nix. Her students organized their Bloxels projects by explaining the parts of a story, such as character, plot, setting, etc. The ThingLink here is used to share how they designed and created their games.

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Image of the Week: Argumentative Writing for the Courtroom

This week we are sharing an image of the week which can be used by students to showcase their argumentative writing. Using the ThingLink 360/VR image editor and Google Docs, students can be given a scenario to give the opening argument either defending or prosecuting a historical figure or literary character. Other tags could include evidence to support their writing. 

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