I have found myself very drawn to the many examples of non-traditional syllabus, intro letters to students and families, and resumes, but didn't have a classroom with which to try it out on. So, I explored and played around with Piktochart in order to introduce myself to the teachers I would be working with this year.
Check it out below! It took a little getting used to, but overall, it was very intuitive. I loved exploring the different options for graphics, tables, graphs, and the many templates offered. This is a great alternative to Google Slides, or brochures and posters for students, but may take a little bit longer. However, for those that are visual learners, creative, or trying to be, this is a great tool to explore and utilize.
I'm also excited to start to explore a digital tool called Canva as well... it appears as though it may be even more user friendly... but we'll find out.
QUESTION: How might you use this, or other digital tools like it?