I have been using Canva for at least a couple of years now and I continue to be amazed with the different templates, free access to videos/photos/audio, and creative themes to create Bitmoji classrooms, social media posts (Facebook, Instagram, TikTok, Twitter, etc.), graphic organizers, newsletters, graphic design, and many more. Another wonderful fact about Canva is that the app allows you to use some leverage with a Free Account, but I would encourage you to go Pro if you could since that is when added features come to life (e.g. sharing to Instagram, present and record, sharing to Google Drive or Microsoft OneDrive, etc.)! For more information, you can visit a blog post in TCEA's technotes, created by Emily Hopkins, "Canva for Education: The Ultimate Template Tool."
Universal Design for Learning (UDL) is a pedagogical approach that emphasizes proper and relevant research-based understanding as well as meaningful strategies for all types of students, particularly those who may need additional support to bridge gaps in learning. The UDL Guidelines provides valuable information on the three (3) major components of UDL, i.e. Engagement, Representation, and Action & Expression. The images below links to websites that you can click to access and visit.
Director Active Learning El Paso ISD. Social, Economic & Cultural Awareness. Equity in Education. Student & Woman Empowerment