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Transcript of Incredible Infographics
1. Get an idea
2. Sketch it out
3. Collect data
4. Develop proof of concept
5. Lay it out
Steps for Creating
More than a simple table or diagram.
Many infographics try to tell a story--bundling related data sets in a visually appealing fashion.
NETS for Students: creating original works and using models
Marzano's Research: linguistic and nonlinguistic systems
What am I seeing? What does it mean?
Present good and bad infographics for students to examine
What are the intentions of the creator?
Student need to evaluate infographics
Students learn to
make sense of statistical data
represent important features and relationships
Teach that the data needs to be valid and the respresentation true
Word 2010 and SmartArt
Lesson Plans: http://learning.blogs.nytimes.com/tag/infographics/
A. Examine "ASH Facts" and select one fact to translate into an infographic.
B. Create an infographic that represents the color of cars in the parking lot.
C. Use one of the data sources in this Prezi create an infographic of your choice.
D. Using a health statistic, create a infographic.
Students could create an infographic about themselves as a first attempt at infographics.
Many Eyes: http://www-958.ibm.com/software/data/cognos/manyeyes/
Adobe Photoshop Elements
For fun: http://www.ionz.com.br/index.html