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ThingLink Teacher Summer Challenges

The ThingLink Summer Teacher Challenge is a free, self-paced, online professional development opportunity designed to help teachers explore the powerful possibilities of using ThingLink for teaching and learning. This 5 week challenge invites teachers to have fun learning to use interactive images, slideshow channels and interactive video to power up your pedagogy and redefine learning in the classroom.


Throughout the challenge, we will use the ThingLink flexible suite of interactive tools for schools to create media rich, customized resources for use in your classroom. The weekly challenge activities are designed to be beneficial to educators who are new to ThingLink and also to experienced users. We will explore all the flexible features of ThingLink and discover the tremendous potential for using this amazing tool. 

All Teacher Challenge Activities

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3 Reasons to Take the Next ThingLink Teacher Challenge
ThingLink Teacher Challenge Launched at #ISTE2015

Week 1 

Design Your Digital Self
Meet the ThingLink Teacher Challenge Participants

Week 2 

Collect and Curate Incredible Content

Week 3 

Create a Collaborative Student Project
Unpacking Google Apps for the Teacher Challenge
9 Collaborative Interactive Projects to Explore and Reuse

Week 4 

Week 5 – August 3rd

Alphabetical

Click Action on Tags
Convert a ThingLink Account to EDU
Create an In Box
Create Custom Icons
Create a ThingLink for EDU
Embed a Google Form in a ThingLink Video
Reorder Images in a Channel
Photo Editing Tools for Base Images and Custom Icons
Post a ThingLink to a Channel
Replace the Background Image in a ThingLink
Rich Media Tags
Select Icons in App

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Resources From the ThingLink Teacher Challenge – 2014

Explore, Curate and Reuse Our Collection of Images

Quick Links to the ThingLink Teacher Challenges

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