Using Graphic Organizers

Graphic organizers are a great way to help students see the “big picture” and organize their thoughts.  While the first image of a graphic organizer we think of  is usually a Venn Diagram, there are many other types of other graphic organizers that can be used.  Presenter Shannon Holden as he shared his extensive list of mind maps, charts, and graphs in this month’s New Teacher Help webinar. Watch the recording to learn about these, and other ways to graphically organize your students’ thoughts!

Quotes from the session:

” I love that idea!!  I teach 7th grade, so it may be a little elementary for a few of the kids….but if I can get one or two of them into it, then we’d be good to go!”

“I am still in college and this webinar was great information for future classroom and great certificate for teaching portfolio”

” Thank you.  This was interesting and informative!”


Click to view the recording “Using Graphic Organizers”

Presented by Shannon Holden, Assistant Principal, Republic Middle School, MO

Shannon Holden has been a high school and middle school teacher and administrator, and a new teacher coach, in North Dakota, Texas, and Missouri for 20 years.

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