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EDU 356A Technology in the Classroom Agenda
Class Session Objectives:
1. Facilitate and Inspire Student Learning and Creativity
Teachers use their knowledge of subject matter, teaching and learning, and technology to facilitate experiences that advance student learning, creativity, and innovation in both face-to-face and virtual environments NETS•S. Teachers:
Promote, support, and model creative and innovative thinking and inventiveness
Promote student reflection using collaborative tools to reveal and clarify students’ conceptual understanding and thinking, planning, and creative processes
How can students understand complex information?
Which general graphic elements would be best to use?
How is using an infographic a different way to display research?
Image created by Logan Scott. Viewable in origninal context at:
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Rubric by Anne Needel and Kathy Schrock
Infographic Evaluation Reflections
Created with Padlet
Infographic Tutorial by Small Bright Idea
Teaching with Infographics
Pinterest - Infographics
Understanding the Principles of Good Design
Teacher Librarian & Technology Integrationist who loves connecting, creating, change, advocacy & NOISE. Teacher Librarian Educational Consultant for Mackin Educational Resources and Rosen Publishing. Presenter & Blogger. Connecting People Shorty Award Recipient.
Hobbit Infographic lesson
Out of Classwork
Working collaboratively on Infographic
Infographic Design Framework tutorial
Complete the Infographic brainstorming document shared within Google Apps for Education.
Complete form is DUE Friday, March 21st by 9pm CDT.
Determine, from the Infographic tools shared in the embeded LiveBinder from above, which one will be used for creating your own infographic.
Students are to write a blog post reflecting upon this infographic project and embed their project as well. Here are some points that should be included withing the blog post prior to viewing infographic image.
This blog post will be DUE Friday, March 28th by 9pm CDT
Infographic and blog post will be evaluated using the rubric shared during class on Monday, March 24th.
Here is a student project serving as an example:
NCAA Infographic Posting
help on how to format text
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