I’m taking this week to recharge and get ready for the next session of the Practical Ed Tech Virtual Summer Camp. For the next few days I’m going to highlight some of my favorite new and new-to-me tools so far this year. Canva offers nearly two thousand worksheet templates for teachers to copy and modify. All of the templates can be downloaded as PDFs. You could print them and give them to your students to complete. But who wants another thing to have to print and keep track of? So instead of printing worksheets made with Canva’s templates, download the PDF and then upload it to TeacherMade where you can quickly turn that PDF into an online activity. On TeacherMade you can upload a PDF then add to it fillable text boxes, lines for matching activities, multiple choice questions, and interactive hotspots to highlight specific points in the PDF. You can also use TeacherMade to add audio to an uploaded PDF. Depending upon the type of questions that you select, TeacherMade will automatically score assignments for you. Watch my video to see how you can use Canva and TeacherMade together to create online worksheets for your students. The video also shows how a student can access the online activities that you create with TeacherMade. You can learn more about using TeacherMade in this video and in this video. I also have nearly two dozen Canva tutorials listed here. Applications for Education I’m always apprehensive to write about worksheets because a lot of people hear or read “worksheet” and think that it’s just a time-filler for rote practice. Canva offers worksheet templates that aren’t just rote practice activities. For example, in the video above I used a worksheet template for evaluating writing. When you browse through Canva’s worksheet templates gallery you’ll find lots of templates that have a

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