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Roller Coaster Learning

This is an example of ThingLink, one of my new favorite sites. ThingLink helps you to create interactive images to share with others. Whether you are telling a digital story or organizing resources you can use ThingLink to keep your audience engaged with your topic. Perfect for students to create their own versions to show what they know about a topic or for you to use in your instruction. In this ThingLink you will find resources for learning and creating roller coasters. Scroll over the picture and tap on the targets to get to each resource.

There is also a ThingLink app for iPad and iPhone.

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