Archivo de la etiqueta: Thinglink

Thinglink para crear Imágenes Interactivas

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Thinglink (http://www.thinglink.com/) es una herramienta que nos permite generar imágenes con puntos de interacción para acceder a más información o a otro sitio según se requiera, a continuación un ejemplo al respecto y un video de las potencialidades de la herramienta.

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Top 5 de redes sociales para docentes

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Estar en redes sociales nos permite a los profesores realizar un trabajo personalizado, de manera natural y casi por consecuencia reconocemos lo que identifica a nuestros estudiantes y en base a ellas , fortalecemos sus intereses

Gumersindo Fernández‘s insight:

1. Pinterest

2. Pearltrees

3- Scoop.it

4-EduClipper

5- ThingLink

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ThingLink Remix – Share One Image and Let Your Whole Class Make It Interactive

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ThingLink is my favorite tool for making images interactive. I’ve written about it many times in the past including this post that has 26 ways to use ThingLink in the classroom. Today, ThingLink added a new option called ThingLink Remix. Remix is an optional service that allows you let other people use the images that you upload. You retain ownership of the original image and your original image isn’t changed, but others can use your uploaded image to create their own interactive images.

Here’s how Remix works. I can upload a picture and activate the Remix option for it. Then when you find my image you can click the “Remix” button to add the image to your account and start adding interactive pinmarks to it.

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REMIX: Adding Conversations to ThingLink

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ThingLink has added a new feature to encourage collaboration and conversations about images. It’s called REMIX.

You can REMIX someone else’s image by going to ThingLink.com, selecting an image, and clicking on the REMIX icon to create your own version of the image in your account. Once the image is in your account you can add tags. The tags will appear on your REMIXed image, but they will only appear as Comments on the original image. The comments will have  a link to your REMIXED version.

A few Ways to Use REMIX with Students

  • Teachers can post an image with discussion questions for students to REMIX and answer.
  • Students can create an interactive image to demonstrate knowledge and ideas. As part of the sharing process, students can REMIX and add comments and responses to the ideas presented.
  • An interactive image can be used to present a real world problem to students. They can REMIX the image with possible solutions to the problem.

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Edmodo & ThingLink: Extend the Walls of Your Classroom

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Edmodo is a free and secure social learning platform for teachers and students to collaborate and connect in the  24/7 classroom. The design and functionality of Edmodo is similar to Facebook, but the focus is on teaching and learning within a protected environment. Students don’t even need an email account to sign up.

Teachers and students can extend the learning by posting messages, holding online discussions, picking up work and turning it in.  Edmodo supports a variety of multimedia to provide students with flexible learning paths  including links, images, video and interactive graphics created withThingLink.

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Excellent Tech Tools Using ThingLink

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I am one of the big fans of Thinglink and I am pretty sure some of you are using it too. ThingLink has a huge educational potential and teachers and educators can use it in a variety of ways. By definition, ThingLink is a web tool that allows users to tag images and add links, videos, text, notes and many more. The tagging is very simple and easy to use and best of all free of any charge. Here is a short video tutorial to learn how to use ThingLink.

Now here are some samples of what you can do with ThingLink. Our colleague Susan Oxnevad  ( a fabulous techy girl ) has created some awesome interactive Launchers for teaching Tech Tools. The interactive images below have embedded links to other resources, hover your mouse over them and click to access those resources. Enjoy

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