ThingLink – Interactive Images

ThingLink – Interactive Images

ThingLink is an award-winning education technology platform that makes it easy to augment images, videos, and virtual tours with additional information. Seamlessly make your images, videos, and 360 content interactive with text, links, images, videos and over 70 call to actions, creating memorable experiences. Virtual walk-throughs and tours give students access to real-world environments and situations that would otherwise be out of their reach. Interactive 360° images and videos help develop contextual understanding, academic vocabulary and skills in remote locations, cultures, work environments, or social situations. – Infographic Creation for Teachers – Infographic Creation for Teachers is an amazing free service to allow teachers to create infographics to assist students with understanding complex topics. Their privacy policy does not allow us leeway to use this service for students. Infographics are challenging to create without a template as they adhere to guidelines for print design. But solves this challenge by providing a large file of templates that you can take and edit.

Extensions Apps and Websites

Extensions, Applications and Programs


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Ed puzzle allows teachers to embed questions into YouTube videos. This forces students to actively watch and respond. 

Specific parental permission is required for all grades to use this app.


Collecting, posting, and sharing of virtual content.


Connect with Michelle Baragar to discuss alternatives that can fill your need.

Add-On for Google Slides that allows teachers to embed interactive questions to the student audience.

Free service provides basic tools. Premium trials can be acquired for 60 or 90 days (contact Michelle Baragar for a trial). Individual licenses are $149.99 USD.

Install the add-on and start creating great content! 

Literacy and personalized learning support for all students.

CESD provides this application to all classrooms for students and teachers.

Go ahead and begin use at any time!

Seesaw gives students a place to document their learning, be creative and learn how to use technology. Each student gets their own journal and will add things to it, like photos, videos, drawings, or notes.

Free for up to 100 activities. Contact Ted for school-wide pricing information.

When setting up your classroom, students MUST log in using their CESD Google logins in order to use this resource. Add Michelle Baragar as a school administrator on your account to ensure data is stored in Canada.


Zoom is a digital meeting space that operates without encryption in its free version. For this reason, it may not be used with students. Staff may choose to use it to connect with other adults at their discretion.


For use with students, Google Meet is the utility that is supported in CESD.