Design principles in the classroom

Scott McCloud is a comic artist but his design principles – focus, frame,image,word, flow – are invaluable when you are thinking of creating digital media for class or you are trying to select suitable resources. The Powerpoint I have made also has some links on it which will allow you to learn more about these principles and see how others interpret and use them. Design principles are something which all teachers need to familiarise themselves with now. I find they really help me plan what I am going to do and how I am going to approach it.

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