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View Student Work

Last updated by Rachel Cohen on March 31, 2017 16:59

There are 4 ways to keep up with your students’ work. Our suggested method is #3 but all options are possible.

Follow your students’ accounts: With your account you can follow other users so that new work they create appears in your stream in the explore tab. To follow your student first click on their name in your student list. Then click on their email address to get to their profile. Click the blue follow button.

Use the student list: When you select a name from your student list you will see some basic facts about the user on the next page. You will also see their most recent work. This is a simple way to see what individual students have worked on recently.

Channels: A channel is a space where everyone in a group can submit and view images. This means you can check one place to see all your students’ work. You can create channels for individual projects or for all finished work, or however you’d like to organize it. Learn how to create a channel for your groups here.

Third party sharing: Some teachers prefer to have their students share their ThingLink images on a third party space. This can mean sharing links via Google drive, or embedding images in Padlet. ThingLink is compatible with many other sites.