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What is Powtoon - Find out what Powtoon is and what it can b

Want either a fresh platform that is visually based and a step up from power point? Looking for a tool that students can use to show learning for their digital portfolios? Try PowToon!

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Comment by Kathleen Kocimski on April 19, 2017 at 9:10am

My student coordinator and I watched this and another You Tube tutorial. In truth, it is similar to the features on Google Slides and Power Point. It is more bedazzled though.

Comment by Rob Schoonveld on March 29, 2017 at 11:04am
Used this for my students' digital porfolios. Easy, visually appealing. A step above power points or google slides. Work your way up the SAMR ladder by adding this tool to your classroom toolbox.

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