ThingLink And Document Analysis (History Tech #21)


thinglink_logo1Even though the name, ThingLink, doesn’t roll off your tongue, it might become your new favorite online tool as you explore all the possible ways to use it in your classroom.  Join Glenn as he shares different examples of how ThingLink can be used to create multi-layered historical documents such as photographs, maps, and political cartoons.  Click the link to sign up for a free educator’s account and start creating interactive resources today!

If you want to see some ThingLink creations, view Glenn’s quick example here or check out a lesson on physical geography and the Great Plains.  Need some more ideas? Check out the slide presentation that is currently titled  81+ Interesting Ways  to Use ThingLink in the Classroom. Here are some more examples on Pinterest.

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