Teacher-tested Tools to Help Students Express Themselves Creatively

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January 9, 2015
Happy 2016! Start the new year off with a burst of creativity. Here are some delectable, teacher-tested choices to help you and your students express yourselves creatively.

 Learn how to apply design processes and methods in a K-12 context.
Find free photos and illustrations that you can use in your presentations and blog posts.
Download free video backgrounds that you can use in your interactive projects and movies.
Create your own background music by "painting" music tracks with your finger.

Want more? Check out these shelves of tools created by educators on edshelf.

Creativity/Digital Storytelling 
 This is curated by youth services librarian Amy Power.
This is co-curated by elearning specialists Kevin Schamel and Kirsten Phillips.

By Mike Lee, Co-founder of edshelf
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