This morning I saw a Tweet from Thinglink Edu about an interactive image of examples of uses of Thinglink in education. One of the examples was this interactive mind map created by Phillipe Packu. The mind map is a drawing that was uploaded to Thinglink then pinned with videos, images, audio files, and links to example each part of the mind map. I’ve embedded the mind map below.
Applications for Education
I’ve written about Thinglink a bunch of times because I think that it can be a very useful tool for students to tag and identify important elements in images. In my most recent post about Thinglink I shared a presentation of 26+ Ways to Use Thinglink in the Classroom.