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Design A Student-Driven Learning Project for the ThingLink Teacher Challenge Part I

In the 4th week of the self-paced ThingLink Teacher Challenge we introduce using ThingLink to design student-driven learning projects around real world issues. We have broken this challenge down into parts to help make the most of the opportunity to bring students to the highest level of learning. It is our goal to simplify this important task for participants.  There are currently only a small number of teachers managing to keep up with our pace so we will take advantage of this opportunity to slow things down a bit and unpack the pieces.

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ThingLink Teacher Challenge Week 3 in Review

Explore Biltmore Estate, created by Donna Baumbach for the ThingLink Teacher Challenge. Donna is a retired edtech/edmedia professor at UCF, as well as, a longtime ThingLink Certified Educator. Get inspired by Donna's popular slideshow, 73+ Ways to Use ThingLink in the Classroom?

 

We are excited to share a channel of activities submitted by participants during the third week of our self-paced summer professional learning.  As more activities are submitted, they will be added to this slideshow. Please explore the activities through the channel below and learn more about channels so you can curate your own resources.

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Image of the Week: Creating a Virtual Field Trip of Your State Capitol

Teachers wish they can take their students on many field trips, but unfortunately, distance and budgets prevent that from happening. Now with ThingLink 360/VR, teachers can create virtual field trips to places like your state capitol. Our image of the week comes to us from Leilani Sills.

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ThingLink Teacher Summer Challenge: Week 2 in Review

Explore Hawaii State Capitol - Mauka Entrance - Virtual Field Trip by Leilani Sills

We are pleased to share a channel of activities submitted be participants during the second week of our self-paced summer professional learning. As more activities are submitted, they will be added to this slideshow.Please explore the activities through the channel below and learn more about channels so you can curate your own resources.

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Task Cards for the ThingLink Teacher Challenge!

We’ve created Task Cards to serve as a resource for participants in the ThingLink Teacher Challenge. We hope our interactive poster will provide educators with easy access to each of the Task Cards where you will find everything you need to complete each activity.

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Explore Our Showcase of ThingLink Interactive Video Lessons

We are pleased to share a showcase of ThingLink Interactive Video lessons created by participants in the ThingLink Teacher Summer Challenge
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The ThingLink Teacher Challenge In Box

Now that we’ve reached the end of the Teacher Challenge activities, it’s time to demonstrate a great way to collect and organize interactive images through the use of a Google Form as a ThingLink Teacher Challenge In Box. A simple Google Forms works beautifully for collecting ThingLink images or any digital work that come with a link. It’s is a handy tool to have in any educator’s toolkit of resources.
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ThingLink UnPlugged: Capture Learning on the Go

The ThingLink Teacher Challenge for week 4, ThingLink UnPlugged, is the perfect compliment to any educator’s summer fun. This challenge encourages educators to grab the free mobile app for iOS or Android and capture life and learning on the go with or without wireless.

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Unpacking Google Apps for the Teacher Challenge

 The Teacher Challenge for Week 3, Create a Collaborative Student Project, is packed with resources, ideas and instructions. This is intentional and necessary because the Teacher Challenge is designed to be useful for teachers across all grade levels and content areas. It also has to work for educators with various levels of ThingLink expertise.

For this reason, it’s probably a good idea to unpack this challenge a bit and take a closer look at the use Google Docs within Create a Collaborative Student Project to help participants take advantage of using Google Docs to power a ThingLink.

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Create a Collaborative Student Project

ThingLink Teacher Challenge Week 3

In this week’s Teacher Challenge we will be using ThingLink EDU to introduce a student driven learning activity. Participants will begin by creating an interactive image with differentiated resources.  Next you can add a layer of accountability through the use of a Google Form. For those of you looking to kick it up a notch, you can turn your ThingLink example into a collaborative student project.

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