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Get Ready for the 5th Annual ThingLink Teacher Challenge Webinar

Get Ready for the 5th Annual ThingLink Teacher Challenge Webinar

ThingLink Teacher Challenge 4 Steps

We invite educators from across the globe to join us in our powerful, self-paced, online professional development designed to explore, create, and share immersive 360 stories on the go! Sign up for our kickoff webinar to learn more about how you and your team can participate in the learning. Our PD is designed to put some extra fun into your summer adventures as you engage in learning through constructive play, document your experiences, and tell your own immersive stories with ThingLink. It’s time to get ready for the 5th annual ThingLink Teacher Challenge Webinar.

4 Steps to Prepare for the ThingLink Teacher Challenge

  1. Sign Up for the ThingLink Teacher Challenge.
  2. Register for our webinar to get started. You can watch it live or on-demand.
  3. Get the ThingLink App for mobile.
  4. Grab your ThingLink Premium account or request a demo for a school pilot.

About the ThingLink Teacher Challenge Webinar

The highlight of all ThingLink webinars is the featured ThingLink Certified Educators who guide us through interactive tours of their own 360 images and share the stories behind them. In addition, Teacher Challenge participants who attend live will be encouraged to ask questions and contribute to our backchannel discussion throughout the event. Finally, we will introduce our opening activity, Design Your Digital Self, using the FREE ThingLink mobile app. Then we will   add it to the ThingLink Teacher Challenge Participant map. Meet the team of certified educators behind this webinar

ThingLink Certified Educators Featured in Webinar ThingLink Mobile App

  • Christi Collins – Designer of interactive learning materials
  • Michelle Eckstein – Backchannel facilitator
  • Michael Fricano II – Panelist
  • Susan Gaer – Map Facilitator
  • Dan Gallagher – Panelist
  • Helen Mitchell – Panelist
  • Laura Moore – Panelist
  • Karalee Nakatsu – Panelist
  • L Michelle Salvant – Week 1 Activity Leader

Join us live at 7:00 pm EST on June 11th to launch the learning or watch on-demand.

Register for Webinar

 ThingLink Teacher Challenge FAQs

Q: Do I have to begin the ThingLink Teacher Challenge on June 11th?

A: Certainly not, the learning will begin when you watch the webinar. The dates associated with activities indicate when the modules will be released. Start anytime after June 11th and plan to finish by July 31st. 


Q: Can we participate in a pilot as a team, school or district?

A: Absolutely you can! We can set up a pilot for teams, schools, and districts considering purchasing ThingLink for the 2018-19 term. We challenge you to give ThingLink a test run throughout this summer’s PD!

Request a Demo


ThingLink Teacher Challenge Activities At-a-Glance




June 11 Launch Welcome to the ThingLink Teacher Challenge
June 11 1 Put Yourself on the Map: Design Your Digital Self
June 18 2 Travel to Our 360 Image Library and Create a Simple Story for VR
June 25 3 Design an Immersive Story
July 2 4 Capture Your World Through 360 Images
July 9 5 Personalize Your 360 Storytelling by Connecting Your Toolkit
July 16 6 Collaborate to Contribute to an Immersive Tour of 360 Stories Across the Globe
July 23 7 Shift Learning from Consumption to Creativity
July 31 Celebration Celebrate the ThingLink Teacher Challenge

Take the ThingLink Teacher Challenge

Sign up for the TL Challenge

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Susan Oxnevad
Susan Oxnevad 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
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