How could my students use followthethings.com?

We’re starting a library of followthethings.com teaching resources, lesson plans, guides, coursework, anything that the site’s users are producing to help their students to learn from the site.

A new ‘teaching resources’ page has been added (look right!).

We’ve started it off with a handout that we used this summer to organise university students’ explorations of the site at Exeter University. A shorter version was also used with 6th form students who were on campus for a ‘Discover Geography’ day.

They’re word documents, which you can download and edit for your own students.

If you have a handout that you’d like to share with other site users, please email it to us on followthethings@yahoo.com.

If you have any questions or comments about site (its Twitter feed, its facebook page and/or its shopping back flickr project) and how you and your students could best make use of it, please submit them in a comment to this post or email us at the address above.

Thanks!

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