Transform Teaching & Learning with ThingLink + Google Docs

Our next webinar is designed to help educators transform teaching and learning with ThingLink with Google Docs. Educators can use a Google Doc to collect information, automate tasks and make the  workflow progress smoothly throughout a student driven learning experience. ThingLink’s media rich platform displays published Google Docs right on top of any image or video. Better yet,  those Google Docs are live and interactive. This is a truly great combination of tools for the classroom. We hope you will join us by signing up to participate live or on demand.


Create Engaging Resources with ThingLink EDU and Google Apps

Live on Tuesday, October 27, 2015 at 8:00 PM EDT or On Demand
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Learn to embrace the powerful possibilities that are available by combining ThingLink interactive images and video with Google Docs. Educators can use a Google Doc to collect information, automate tasks and make the workflow progress smoothly throughout any student driven learning experience. ThingLink’s media rich platform displays published Google Docs right on top of any image or inside of a video. Google Docs are useful for collecting data for assessment, collect feedback and even provide opportunities for reteaching and challenge. Better yet, those Google Docs are live and interactive so students don’t have to navigate to another page. Sign up to learn more about this truly great combination of tools for engaging students in personalized learning experiences with ThingLink and Google Docs.

Ways to Put Google Docs to Work

  • Gather student feedback to personalize  learning.
  • Embed a Google Doc inside of a video to increase student engagement and add a layer or accountability.
  • Informally assess students and use the  results to guide instruction.
  • Collect assignments with a link for sharing in  one place, sort it to assess growth and  encourage student self-reflection
  • Pre-assess knowledge and skills for use in  providing resources and instructional  grouping. 
  • Inform and teach by including instructional  videos and resources
  • + more! 

Sign up to participate in the live session or receive the archived version in your inbox.

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