New York (Feb 26, 2013) — Helps your students to harness their creative energies while putting their 21st-century skills to use with a fresh competition from ThingLink and Rosen Digital. Students’ marks K-12 can create Interactive ThingLink images, providing the opportunity to explore their passions and interests, connect multiple resources into a cohesive presentation, and talk about their projects with a big community. ThingLink allows students for connecting sound, video, images, websites, and text message into one interactive image demonstration.

Eligibility: All students K-12 are eligible to enter. Parents and Instructors may get into a graphic on the pupil’s behalf. We’d a snow day today so Hagan was home extra early. I told him about the ThingLink Contest and he couldn’t wait to create a super-cool interactive image. Being a huge Green Bay Packers fan, he wished to use an image of his team.

Hagan also wanted to create one for the “Sports-Game On!” category. He went and found one using Google. I helped him to upload it into my ThingLink Then. I demonstrated Hagan how to add links and words then. He cherished how he could pick which icon he desired also. Hagan believes this Green Bay Packers ThingLink is awesome pretty! • Science – Think Such as a Scientist! • Art & Music – Express Yourself! • Sports – Game On! Students can get into as many images as they like.

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Voting: Friends and family can vote on the favorite images by using “touch” icon on a ThingLink image. Probably the most “touches” counts for some of the rating. A team of educational advisors will review entries and determine winners. Prizes: One iPad mini will be awarded to the top winner in each category. The winning school in each category will also obtain one Rosen Database subscription for a calendar year (Teen Health and fitness, Digital Literacy, Financial Literacy or the Power Knowledge Science Suite).

Certificates will be honored to second and third place winners in each category. ThingLink interactive images help students develop 21st century skills and enrich their passion for learning. Teachers can use ThingLink images as interactive learning modules (ILMs) that activate and inspire students with creative and effective learning encounters. Founded in 1950, Rosen Publishing has a long history of providing high-quality curriculum-correlated nonfiction for children and adults.

So if you would like to already post a quick announcement site with a lead catch form, this is for you! Utilizing a website, it’s easy to get structured and deliver information to your family and friends easily. Also a terrific way to share photos after the ceremony is performed! Whether you are a real estate business, a construction company or an architect’s office. There is a template for each purpose. Your community church or choir online with these themes Present.