How I Use It
Thinglink can be a perfect tool to allow students to apply what they have learned and create meaningful content that demonstrates concept proficiency levels. There may be a bit of support up front, taking students through the functionality of the tool. Once the students have been onboarded, students are assigned a "thinglink" to demonstrate their understanding.
It may be beneficial to provide students with an example of what you are looking for. This can provide a bit of clarity for the students and ensure they are taking "deep dives" and reflecting about their pieces. Another piece that could promote collaboration is to have students share with a partner, allowing them to get feedback from peers and then time to remix their thinglink. Setting clear expectations help with this tool. Some students spend too much time trying to find their main image. Thinglink is a new way to create interactive projects and can be used across all contents.