The challenge this week is about Thinglink Unplugged: capture learning on the go and it is extremely stimulating. You can use the Thinglink app even without Internet connection so you can take pictures in any moment, upload them as a base for a Thinglink and then work on them. I love scavenger hunts and my students are always excited when we do them in the classroom. I usually create QR codes for them to scan and then do a series of activities. This time I thought of using Thinglink to create one for an activity which will be done next school year during a field trip to Venice.I must thank Gert Lemmens, my teacher at the FCL in Brussels, for the idea because I just adapted an activity he made us do during the course.
When we go and visit Venice, we usually give the students some free time in St. Mark’s Square for lunch, for shopping or for what they prefer to do . Next time they will also have some tasks to accomplish, which I do hope they will find fun and interesting. Here they are
Thinglink is a really flexible tool which allows you to add not only pictures and texts but also google forms and documents. It can be used for projects, research work, analysis of poems or of pictures, but also for fun,