Presented by Mia Gittlen, Middle School Teacher, ELA, History/Social Studies, Technology, Union Middle School (CA); Ilana Somasunderam, Program Manager, STEM Professional Learning, KQED Education; and Rachel Roberson, Program Manager, Humanities Professional Learning, KQED Education
In the midst of a deadly pandemic and a Presidential election, both of which are generating conflicting claims that may or may not be based on real data, teaching students to analyze the sources and presentation of online information has never been more important or timely.
In this edWebinar, the last in a four-part infographic series, we will examine just how infographics can be used in the classroom.
Join this edWebinar, the third in a four-part infographic series, where we will take a step back to look at information and data to determine how we can best understand where it comes from.
In this engaging and interactive edWebinar, Steven and Shaelynn will demonstrate the creation of an infographic from start to finish.
This edWebinar will show educators how to identify components of infographics, locating and using data, images and design elements, and resources to explore.
Infographics are rapidly becoming the premier method of conveying data, trends, even résumés. These informative and eye catching images come in all shapes and sizes, and are beginning to be very popular in classrooms across the nation. As abundant of the types of infographics, are the tools available to build them. Presenter Shannon Holden explored these, and the many other parts of infographics in this month’s TechTools webinar. Attendees were… read more →
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… read more →