Category : Professional Development

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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Join Our ThingLink 360/VR Bootcamp Celebration Event!

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How to Build a ThingLink 360 Breakout!

We are excited about our community’s interest in creating ThingLink 360 Breakout activities! This post is designed to help participants create their own interactive activity.

Each of the images you see below is a ThingLink with more information about the topic. Please continue to tweet questions to Dan Gallagher @gallagher_tech or send an email to support@thinglink.com. We will update the images below based on FAQs!

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Join Us for a Bootcamp in Kansas!

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We’re excited to be headed to Blue Valley Schools near Kansas City, KS for a VR in the Classroom Bootcamp with friend and Certified Educator Jodie Johnston on March 7, 2017

Join us near Kansas City, KS for a full-day of professional development designed to help educators learn to turn any 360 image into a powerful lesson or virtual field trip for students! This workshop promises to be packed with pedagogy and built for success.

 

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Join Our Live Event: Using Interactive Virtual Reality in the Classroom

JOIN OUR LIVE EVENT ON FEBRUARY 13th @ 7 PM EST!

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Join Our Live Event: Breakout of Your ThingLink 360!

We hope you will join our webinar event featuring Dan Gallagher’s session on how to facilitate Breakout EDU type learning experiences, powered by ThingLink 360/VR. This session will take place live on February 28th @ 6:00 pm EST. Sign up to receive an archived copy of the recording.

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Join Our Post FETC Event!

We are pleased to have met many wonderful educators at FETC last week and excited to introduce them to the powerful features of ThingLink Premium for Educators. We wish we could have met even more of you, but we realise your school’s budget and time for PD might not support attending a live conference during the middle of the school year. That’s why we offer flexible professional development and training options at ThingLink.

Whether you were at FETC or NotAtFETC this year, we would like to invite you to a webinar to enjoy the resources we shared. You’ll get a great overview of our tools and there will be time for questions. We hope to inspire you from a comfortable spot in your home this February.

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Join Us for a VR Bootcamp in your Backyard!

We are excited about bringing VR in the Classroom Bootcamps to several locations across the US this fall. We’re looking for opportunities to connect with coaches, leaders, and innovative educators throughout our travels. We invite you to come out and work with us when a VR in the Classroom Bootcamp is scheduled in your backyard, OR contact us to host a Bootcamp of your own.

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ThingLink VR Bootcamp is Coming to Hawaii!

We are pleased to offer another ThingLink VR Bootcamp at Mid-Pacific Institute in Hawaii! This event is open to all educators in the area and it will take place on December 1st, from 8:00 am – 3:00 pm.

Many thanks to Brian Grantham at Mid-Pacific Institute for reaching out to offer the use of a training space. We look forward to being able to work with Brian and innovative educators in Hawaii.

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ThingLink Bootcamp is Coming to New Hampshire!

We are pleased to offer our second ThingLink VR Bootcamp in North Sutton, New Hampshire! This event is open to all educators in the area and it will take place on Friday, November 4th, from 8:00 am – 3:00 pm.

Many thanks to Laurie Prewandowski at Kearsarge Middle School for reaching out to offer the use of a training space. We look forward to being able to work with Laurie and innovative educators in the area.

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