Drawp for School is one of my favorite tools for teachers and students. It’s a workflow management platform with powerful design tools for kids. Children can draw, paint, add text, and include photos and voice recordings in their creations. Drawp gives students opportunities for immediate collaboration and includes multiple ways for students and teachers to give feedback on their work.
The folks at Drawp for School recently shared a blog post that highlights some of the ways this terrific tool supports Project-Based Learning (PBL) classrooms. They discussed how students can use Drawp’s blank canvases and design tools to innovate and create as they demonstrate their learning. Teachers and students can use voice stickers to give feedback by adding unlimited short voice recordings to tag student designs or assignments. There are also opportunities for reflection, since students and teachers can choose select student canvases to create a student portfolio of PBL work to help students reflect on past work or on stages in a single project.
Learn more about Drawp for School by visiting their website!
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Monica Burns is a fifth grade teacher in a 1:1 iPad classroom. Visit her website at classtechtips.com for creative education technology tips and technology lesson plans aligned to the Common Core Standards.