Comic strips can be a fun and creative way to tell a fictional story, demonstrate understanding of nonfiction content, or share ideas in many other contexts. With Canva for EDU, teachers and students can start from scratch or use a premade template to get started.
We have a whole series of blog posts and videos designed to help you learn more about how to CREATE – and get your students creating in Canva for EDU. Check it out today!
Post by EdTechTeacher Instructor Tom Driscoll (@TomDriscollEDU) In my latest session of our EdTechTeacher Back to School webinar series, I took participants on a dive into “Podcasting with PBL”. Our focus was on exploring ways that we can leverage the power of audio and podcasting to take PBL (Project-Based Learning) units to the next level. […]
Mote is a powerful Google Chrome Extension that allows audio recordings to be seamlessly included in a variety of Google environments including: the comments of Google Docs or Sheets, Google Slides, Google Forms, and Google Classroom. In Google Classroom, Mote recordings can be a part of the instructions of an assignment, or they can be […]
As part of our EdTechTeacher Back to School webinar series, I recently led a “Virtual Tours with Google for EDU” session. You can check out the video archive of this 30-minute webinar here!
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Canva for EDU is integrated with several different learning management systems, and more integration is coming. Teachers utilizing Google Classroom can currently import rosters into Canva, and push activities or assignments via Google Classroom. Canva also has some systems built in to facilitate a feedback workflow between teachers and students.
As we compare Canva to programs such as Google Slides, one unique feature is the ability to seamlessly create a video from a set of slides. Gone is the need for two programs; the presentation and video recording can both be created right within Canva. So Canva becomes a one-stop shop for creating video presentations.
Canva for Education is a fantastic creation program for teachers and students. From infographics or posters to multimedia presentations or even printables, teachers and students can combine thousands of free elements such as fonts, graphics, photos, music, and more as they create.
Canva for EDU has many templates that are already created and can serve as an entry point to help students explore the program’s possibilities. By using a pre-made template, students can get ideas about what is possible and then learn the mechanics of the program by changing the design elements and settings as they customize the template.