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Using Infographics in the Classroom

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Robin Boulter

on 6 October 2014

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Transcript of Using Infographics in the Classroom

Objectives
After completing this course, the learner will be able to:
Explain what infographics are and why they are effective for conveying information.
List the benefits of having students create infographics.
Find infographics related to subject content.
List guidelines for creating infographics.
Create a lesson plan that uses infographics.
Agenda
1. What is an infographic?
2. What is the purpose of infographics?
3. Why should infographics bs used in the classroom?
4. Where do you find infographics?
5. What makes a good infographic?
6. How can infographics be used in the classroom?
What is an Infographic?
What is the Purpose of Infographics?
Why Should Infographics be Used in the Classroom?
Where can you find Infographics?
Using infographics
in the Classroom

What Makes a Good Infographic?
How can Infographics be Used in the Classroom?
Student Created Infographics
Write a Lesson Plan
Next Steps
Share lesson plan with content team and instructional coach
Use Discussion Guideline Handout
Brainstorm Race
Write down as many things as you can that we talked about today.

5 minutes
Objectives
After completing this course, the learner will be able to:
Explain what infographics are and why they are effective for conveying information.
List the benefits of having students create infographics.
Find infographics related to subject content.
List guidelines for creating infographics.
Create a lesson plan that uses infographics.
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