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Data Storytelling with Infographics

Wednesday, April 7, 2021 @ 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm EDT

Data Storytelling with Infographics

Presented by Belinda Shillingburg, 8th grade English teacher and a School Site Instructional Leader; Ilana Somasunderam, Program Manager, STEM Professional Learning, KQED Education; and Rachel Roberson, Program Manager, Humanities Professional Learning, KQED Education

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If you’ve been looking for new ideas and inspiration for incorporating graphic design and data visualization into your remote, hybrid, and in-class instruction, this is your edWebinar. Join Belinda Shillingburg, 8th grade English teacher and a School Site Instructional Leader, and KQED Program Managers Ilana Somasunderam and Rachel Roberson to explore a variety of ways students can make infographics for creative expression and to communicate information.

The recorded presentation covers some visual design fundamentals along with ways to craft lessons for classroom projects that align with curriculum standards. Strategies for assessing and providing effective feedback for students’ media projects will also be discussed. You don’t have to be an artist to teach your students how to use graphics and media to demonstrate their learning.

This recorded edWebinar will be of interest to preK-12 teachers, librarians, and school and district leaders.

 

Belinda ShillingburgAbout the Presenters

Belinda Shillingburg is an 8th grade English teacher and a School Site Instructional Leader in San Francisco, California. She comes to the Bay Area having taught in online, hybrid, and brick-and-mortar school environments from elementary to the university level. She is currently pursuing PBS Media Literacy Educator Certification and is passionate about helping students ground themselves in their district’s Graduate Profile, which shows them to be digitally literate and critical readers, writers, and thinkers. Belinda enjoys keeping up with edtech innovations and best practices in teaching and learning via Twitter @britlitlover91.

 

Ilana SomasunderamIlana Somasunderam is an educational leader with experience in designing and facilitating learning in a variety of settings, including nonprofits, public, and charter schools. She brings deep skills in digital media production and creating engaging e-learning experiences to her role at KQED, including experience with program design, evaluation, and improvement. Additionally, Ilana is well-versed in STEM and outdoor education frameworks, holding Clear California Teaching Credentials in biology and chemistry. Ilana earned her B.A. in environmental science from Columbia University and her M.Ed. in educational leadership from High Tech High Graduate School of Education. Ilana also has a background in data analysis and knowledge of learning theory and adult learning principles, both of which enrich her work with KQED Teach and KQED Learn.

 

Rachel RobersonRachel Roberson is an experienced teacher-leader and curriculum content developer who has served as a classroom teacher and administrator at public, charter, and international schools. Rachel specializes in professional learning facilitation and curriculum development, strategy, and implementation. At KQED, she works to connect educators and students to KQED online education sites, KQED Learn and KQED Teach, by creating humanities curricula and professional learning content, supporting product development, championing youth-created media in and out of the classroom, and leading projects and partnerships focused on teachers and classrooms. Rachel is a graduate of Northwestern University Medill School of Journalism and received her California teaching credential in secondary English and social studies from Mills College.

 

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KQED EducationKQED supports educators in using public media in formal and informal learning environments. With a focus on amplifying youth voice, making media, civic participation, and richer learning, we provide free standards-aligned content and resources educators can trust.

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