I have been inspired by Sabra over at Teaching with a Touch of Twang after reading her post about Thinglink and her plans for an interactive Open House for her students. (Of course, I was also inspired by The Tonight Show-Top 10 was David Letterman's trademark segment, so I went vintage Tonight Show this time.)
So, I created my Thinglink for Meet the Teacher night to allow my students a fun way to see into our year.
I have not had my students make their own Thinglinks yet (but that's definitely on this year's to-do list). I'm so excited my district is purchasing more technology for our classrooms, making it possible for each pair of students in my classroom to have a device! In the past, I have mostly used Thinglink to collect unit resources in one place (here's a link to a post I did about my most popular Thinglink that contains resources for teaching science safety). Have you used Thinglink before? What's your favorite way to use it?