In her post, Digital Differentiation, Susan Oxnevad provides interactive graphics powered by Thinglink. The “Flexible Learning Paths” graphic is the one with the most resources, providing links to examples of Digital Tools that could be used to help with addressing the needs of many different types of learners. Almost as interesting as the message she is delivering is the way that she chose to display it. Thinglink appears to be a powerful tool in itself. In this age of Pinterest, appealing graphics that can also contain a lot of information are definitely the way to go.
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