Jackie Litwinczuk from My journey with ICT describes RedBubble as, “aimed to attract artists and designers and allows them to upload any digital creation which can be sold on clothing, posts, stickers, calendars, iphone cases etc.”

Then Nichola from nsj003 states:

“The first thing that jumped into my head was for special occasions. The students could design/photograph images for all sorts of occasions including Easter, Mothers/Fathers Day, Christmas, Fete and presents for birthdays and add these designs to t-shirts, mugs, ipad/phone cases etc. to give as gifts. Teachers could do the same and add children’s photos to stickers for various activities including sending letters to pen pals etc.”

These ideas are perfect and describe exactly what I had in my mind as how educators can incorporate RedBubble into their teaching and learning.


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