- Students can use ThingLink hotspots to explain formulas in their own words and with information they locate.
- Students can solve a math problem using an iPad Whiteboard app and then bring the image into ThingLink and use hotspots to explain their thinking.
- Students could bring in an image of an item like an analog clock, ruler, money, etc. and use hotspots to explain telling time, measuring, counting money, etc.
- Students can locate infographics and then use ThingLink to further explain the data and information.
- Students can use hotspots on infographics to explain why they agree or disagree with the information presented.
- Students could take a newspaper ThingLink like shown below and Remix it with their own hotspots.
- Students could take a photo of a local newspaper and then add hotspots with opinions, additional information, etc.
- Students could create a PicCollage with photos of articles from different countries on the same issue and then add hotspots to the collage in ThingLink.
- Students can create video biographies for key people in history, post them online and link to them in ThingLink.
- Students can create digital flashcards about their topics using the Quizlet app and link to them with a ThingLink hotspot.