Infographics as a Creative Assessment
Infographics are becoming one of the most commonly used methods of conveying information. They can be used to display data, trends, ideas, and much more. Presenter Kathy Schrock shared tips and tricks for using student-created infographics as a form of assessment in this months PD in Action webinar. The presentation showcased how infographics are created and concentrate on the student literacy skills necessary to research, critique, summarize, and communicate information in a visual way to reach their audience. Watch the webinar to find out more about infographics.
Quotes from the session:
“I love the idea of having students create an infographic for math! A lot of thought for students.”
“Best webinar I’ve experienced all year, but since it’s from you, I’m not surprised. Thank you so much for this and all you do! :)”
Sponsored by Follett Software Company
Presented by Kathy Schrock, retired Director of Technology, current professor, writer, and speaker
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Kathy Schrock, a well-known and popular educator who has been a school district Director of Technology, an instructional technology specialist, an adjunct education professor, and a middle school, academic, museum, and public library librarian.
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