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Digital Posters - Engaging Content Creation!

posted May 30, 2016, 9:09 AM by Jonathan Gillig   [ updated May 30, 2016, 9:59 AM ]
Digital posters are a great opportunity for teachers to provide students a creative challenge while immersed in content.  Digital posters can be used as a quick check for understanding or a purposeful accent for presentations, essays, projects or web-based creations such as student blogs or websites.  This post will profile Canva, a free digital poster-creation site that gives students many opportunities to demonstrate their ideas creatively! 

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CANVA IN 3 EASY STEPS: 

STEP ONE: STUDENTS CHOOSE THEIR OWN LAYOUT FROM A GALLERY, OR CREATE THEIR OWN
    

STEP TWO: STUDENTS CHOOSE THEIR POSTER ELEMENTS


STEP THREE: STUDENTS CHOOSE THE TEXT FORMAT


Here's an example of one created as a chapter title page for the novel Hatchet.


Using Canva?  Are your students creating Digital Posters?  Please share your ideas! 

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