Monday, June 22, 2015

Drawp for Schools App

We love Drawp for Schools

In March, we got to attend the CUE Conference in Palm Springs.  We found the Drawp for Schools booth and have been hooked ever since.  Ana Albir the creator of Drawp for Schools was at the conference and we got to meet her.  Ana took the time to walk us through the app and what it all has to offer.  We also got to meet Greg Currie who has helped us week after week with any questions or concerns we may have.  
We knew we had to try it out.  
Ana is AMAZING!  She said all she needed was our class lists and she would have the student accounts created and we would be ready to start our 30 day free trial.  Ana had the accounts created within hours and has continued to be available whenever we need some help.  

Drawp for Schools has allowed us to build collaboration, communication, creativity and critical thinking.  We think it's easy to find learning games but we want to find iPad apps that help students build creativity and produce work.  Drawp has significantly decreased the amount of worksheets we use in our classrooms.  We can very quickly take a picture of any worksheet we may have and insert the picture as an assignment.  

Drawp for Schools connects with Google Drive and Dropbox making things easily accessible.  Teachers can share work and assignments with students, teachers and parents.  The students themselves can easily send their completed work to teacher and parent within seconds.  

Below is a an image of all the key features used within Drawp.
We can talk about Drawp for School for days.  We look forward to using it this coming year with our kindergarteners and 1st graders.  If you have any questions, please leave a comment or email us at
Twitter: @DrawpEdu

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