Tuesday, August 19, 2014

ThingLink Educators Featured on Huffington Post

1 comment:
Readers of the Huffington Post today will discover a wonderful article featuring ThingLink and three amazing educators, Jamie Forshey, Lisa Johnson, and Sue Fitzgerald. The article by CM Rubin, The Global Search for Education: Pictures with Links highlights examples of innovative ways to use ThingLink for teaching and learning along with explanations provide by these three creative educators.

Check out The Global Search for Education: Pictures with Links on the Huffington Post.

Saturday, August 16, 2014

Padlet Mini - Quickly Collect & Curate Content

No comments:
Padlet Mini is a handy new toolbar extension for Chrome and Safari that's designed to help users collect and curate web content in a couple of clicks. Bookmarking with Padlet mini couldn't be easier or more efficient. 

With the extension installed, users who discover web content worth collecting can click on the Padlet icon in the toolbar  and select an existing Padlet to post content to. Click once more and the content is displayed on your Padlet wall. 

The Padlet Mini extension works similarly to other toolbar bookmarking tools, but the possibilities for using Padlet in the classroom have put Padlet Mini at the top of my list of quick click bookmarking tools.

Saturday, August 9, 2014

Free Webinar: Transform Teaching & Learning with ThingLink

No comments:
Are you looking for a user friendly and flexible tool to help you easily create engaging multimedia rich content to redefine teaching and learning? Are you interested in using technology to meet the personal learning needs of the students in your classroom? We invite you to attend our free webinar and explore the powerful possibilities that exist with ThingLink EDU. 

Friday, August 8, 2014

Blogging to Learn

No comments:

As the start of the school year approaches, educators are all busy preparing for the best school year ever. As life-long learners, many of us will approach the new year with excitement and optimism after reflecting on our own teaching during our time away from the classroom. Those of us who sport a growth mindset typically start each school year with the intention of being better. We have collected new ideas, thoughtfully considered how to implement them and we are excited to make a difference in the lives and education of our students. 

Link Within

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...