Canva.com, a new, mostly-free graphic design tool designed for those of us whose yearning to make great design exceeds are ability, is exploding in popularity in my classes this term. The students'...
Linda Dougherty's insight:
Score! Have found my new graphic design love - you can design presentation slides super easy that look like I spend hours using a graphic design program. Need to play with the Pinterest, Facebook, and Social Media templates too.
Simple and to the point guide for using QR Code for any classroom teacher from the Art of Education. Librarians and Art teachers, check out the links on the right for free lesson plans and tutorial videos. Great share with your art department.
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