There is so much to discover, create, and utilize from Canva. Some of my favorite elements from Canva include the FREE templates that align with the content areas and the ready-to-use blank templates. The students can collaborate on the projects, and the final projects can be printed or shared online. In the video below, I will showcase where to find the templates and how easy it is for students to create relevant projects.
I have showcased Book Creator over the years, but only as a participant did I realize how engaging the program can be for students. I sat through a workshop by Dr. Monica Burns at the FETC conference in New Orleans in January. I enjoyed learning how easy Book Creator is to collaborate and design together as a team. In the video below, I will showcase where to find example student project ideas for each subject area and a quick overview of how to utilize BookCreator as a teacher.
Okay, if you don’t know about SlidesMania, then please take a moment to explore the gallery of FREE Powerpoint and Google Slide Templates. Trust me; there are so many unique templates that are free and useful for any classroom environment. In the video below, I will showcase this creation tool as a relevant creation project for students and will show how this program can make your life easier.
storybardthat.com is a freemium website that allows students to create comics and mind maps that align with the content. The program is quick and easy to use, and the students can generate a comic that can be printed or shared virtually. Over the years, I have shared StoryBoardThat with educators because it can easily be used as a relevant application project that takes only minutes to generate.