Explain who I am, where I work now, what I used to do at Barnsley, how I’ve used interactive posters with sixth form studentshttp://mw2.google.com/mw-panoramio/photos/medium/3059403.jpg
Talk about CoPE and how ss have been using it for their summative assessmentArchiving – ss print screen info boxes before printing out and attaching to fileCan be used to set questions to studentsStudents can use it to upload research – tag links and analyse/ summarise content in description box
http://cdn.themetapicture.com/media/funny-school-class-cheating-boxes-students-heads.jpgParticipants look at website, create own poster and can fill in a worksheet containing bubbles to generate how the software could be used in their lessons
Ideas for using interactive posters as ateaching and learning toolGemma HoltamUniversity of DerbyEmail: firstname.lastname@example.orgWebsite: gemmaholtam.comTwitter: @gemmaholtam
Breaking it down:.What is Thinglink?.Lesson ideas.Create your own poster.Questions and answers
ThingLink is a free, on-line tool that can be usedto create interactive posters both in and outsideof the classroom.
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