Earlier this year I shared Drawp for School, an engaging tool for sharing and collaboration in tech-friendly classrooms. It lets teachers send assignments to students and collect their finished product. Kids can work together on interactive projects using this tool on their tablet. This resource is iPad, Android, Windows tablet, Chromebook and Mac friendly and can be used in different subject areas.
Drawp for School
The folks at Drawp for School recently shared a blog post that covers some of the ways their workflow platform supports higher order thinking. The First C is Critical Thinking and Problem Solving because Drawp allows students to illustrate difficult concepts and show their work.
Collaboration & Creativity
Next is Communication since Drawp lets students communicate with text, images and voice recording. The third C is Collaboration thanks to Drawp’s swipe-to-share feature that promotes students working together. The last C is Creativity since Drawp gives students access to drawing features, photo integration and voice stickers.
These Cs are super important when designing new activities for your class. This resource will help facilitate collaboration between students throughout the school year. It also provides a space for creativity.
Learn more about Drawp for School by visiting their website. I think you’ll really like it!
Here’s another resource featuring this tool!
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