Teachers around the world are already using ImageSpike for IEP's and every day lessons.
Here are just some of the ideas they have shared:
Have students take a photo of the body and label the different muscle groups.
Provide students with a link to a marked up photo that has items in the photo tagged with labels that show what that item is called in a specific language. Students can guess then mouse over the tag to see if they got the answer correct.
Instead of having students create traditional poster boards, let them add digital pins to a graphic that link to additional information about those locations.
Have students markup a molecular structure linking out to videos that talk about different elements in the compound.
Provide students with a marked up photo tagged to provide information about color choice, architectural design and placement choices. A great interactive learning tool.
Markup a Roman statue with information about the god's on the statue. Now a history lesson becomes interactive and students can engage with your learning materials.