Friday, March 8, 2013

Edcanvas Tutorial

Hi everyone!
I mentioned that I used Edcanvas as part of our Money and Finance Project.  Now I'd like to show you how I did it.

If you are new to Edcanvas, you should know that it is a place where you can organize, present and share information.  I love the option of tying in student responses to multimedia presentations.  You can use Edcanvas in any setting: whole group, small group and individual work.  The students have the option to leave comments and/or questions on the presentations.

Better yet (and I have not ventured into this area yet, but want to soon) students can create their own Edcanvas to organize research, annotate websites and present information!

Speaking of student use...Edcanvases can be shared with parents and students.  Files can be attached, too.  Hmmmmm...I'm thinking this may be a great idea for homework!

My little tutorial can't begin to cover all of the awesome Edcanvas features, but it will help you get a feel for it.  For more information, check it out and sign up - it's FREE  and easy to use!

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  1. Thanks for showing us this website. It is great. I just created an Edcanvas for Magnets. I can hardly wait to show it to my class.

    Charlene/Diamond Mom

    1. Ooh! That sounds great! I'm sure your kids will have fun using it- let me know how it goes!


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