Check out the one below that I created as an example for my students' My Future project. The picture is of Indiana University - Bloomington, and my "future plans" were to become a teacher. I had various requirements that the students had to research and then tag/link on their picture. I've included my rubric below too.
*Research a topic and include all findings on an image
*Give students a famous person and ask them to find facts or highlights to share
*Make an interactive bulletin board by taking images of student work and tag/link all of them to one main image
*Have students use their own devices to capture images and make them interactive
*Create a homework "help" image with tags/links to additional information, especially YouTube videos
*Use it as a station to give students additional information on a topic
One of the best features of ThingLink is you can sign up for an educational account which allows you to create student groups without the need of a student email. You can then follow and view all of your students' work from your account. And of course, ThingLink is free!
What ideas do you have?
Until next time...