Thinglink is one of the best apps for "app-smashing"! In that, you must find or create the image or the thing that will be clicked. You can add video content, web links, other images and more. In a BYOD learning environment, you can help students explore a variety of historical eras, settings, and vocabulary using Thinglink.
Check out this thinglink on Thinglink and BYOD!
1. The ThingLink Toolkit
2. Probability Thinglink - Mathy Cathy
3. Thinglink in the Media Literacy Classroom - Susan Oxnevad
4. Geographic Landforms
5. Montgomery Bus Boycott
1. Make tags engaging.
2. Tell a story.
3. Place tags tastefully.
4. More than one and less than twenty.
5. Direct links
Explore the ThingLink on BYOD. Review the content you see there. What else could be added to this one? How can you use this in your classroom or professional development?