Tech Tool of the Month: Canva Comic Strip Templates – Part 2

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In Part 1 of this blog, we introduced you to Canva’s Comic Strip Templates and discussed applying the SAMR Model and the Triple E Framework using Canva Comic Strip Templates in your instruction. Canva offers a free Educator Account that includes the Pro features and allows students younger than 13 access to the tool using … read more »


Tech Tool of the Month: Canva Comic Strip Templates – Part 1

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Canva’s Comic Strip Templates provide an opportunity to design, share, and download high-quality comic strips. Choose from the various colorful design options and formats (such as single strips or multiple frames). After you select your template, choose the link to Customize This Template. Each template includes several pages, and additional pages can easily be added … read more »


Tech Tool of the Month: Make Beliefs Comix – Part 2

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In Part 1 of this blog, we introduced you to Make Beliefs Comix and discussed the application of both the SAMR Model and the Triple E Framework to help you integrate Make Beliefs Comix into your instruction. Today’s post offers detailed instructions for using this tool and shares classroom use ideas by subject. Make Beliefs … read more »


Tech Tool of the Month: Make Beliefs Comix – Part 1

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Make Beliefs Comix is a web resource that allows you to create original comics. Comics can be printed, saved locally, or shared via email or social media. This site also features printable comics, comic starters, writing activities, suggestions for students with special needs, and more. Applying the Triple E Framework The Triple E Framework, created … read more »


Tech Tool of the Month: Writecomics.com

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They say a picture is worth a thousand words. Imagine the power (and words) packed within a comic strip of engaging pictures. Comics allow you to differentiate and meet the needs of more students, especially your kinesthetic learners. You can use comics to empower struggling readers with less text. September 25th is National Comic Book … read more »