Want to help students organize their ideas and thinking and get more use out of the technology available to students?
Looking for new ways for students to express their knowledge and understanding?
I have shared other posts about templates like the Facebook Slides presentation, the Time Magazine Cover, or one of my favorites, the Virtual Museum.
Today I discovered another resource for templates that you or your students can use to demonstrate their learning. This page has templates that are organized by grade level that could be used in a multitude of subject areas. One thing to note, is the author is Canadian, so some of the topics, especially historical references are not ones that would be common to American students. Beyond that, the multitude of choices and quality of many of these makes this a really great resource to help students present their learning in new and creative ways.
I really like the magazine covers that were created like National Geographic and Rolling Stones are well done. Also think about how you could use a template like the Boarding Pass to create a learning adventure for your students. Check out more examples from Darren Maltais at his site Engaging Students Google Resources.
One more resource for templates comes from Matt Miller who wrote Ditch That Text Book and more recently Ditch That Homework. He has a lot of great resources on his site. ditchthattextbook.com. He has created a number of Google Drawing Templates that could be used to help students organize their ideas, or help them plan for an activity. Check out his Google Drawing examples here.