I kicked off the summer in "presentation mode." There was certainly a level of "no rest for the weary" with that game plan! But the good thing about starting the summer that way is that relaxation follows along with the bulk of the summer. As I ponder that (from a pool floaty), I'm pretty happy with the timing!
before, my school offers an optional "Summer Institute" to it's PS--12th grade faculty and staff during the summer. A place to come, to learn, to build & enhance our craft as educators, to strengthen our teaching skills while following the trends of current education. As we pursue the "love of learning" and the "pursuit of knowledge," our teachers are our colleagues, and in turn they become both our mentors and our learning mates.
This summer, I got the opportunity to co-teach the Summer Institute class "iMovie for iPads" and solo-teach "Infographics" the first week of this summer. As I prepared for my "Infographics 101" class, I got the chance to massively grow my infographics Pinterest board, investigate 5 online infographic creators along with the iPad app "Pic Collage." I also got to be energized by my learning colleagues in class. One day (6.5 hours) and I got to witness so many great ideas, so much electric energy and enthusiasm!
Along the way, I found a slew of environmental (and other) infographics to share my message. There's a lot you can do in your classroom, both teaching with infographics, as well as creating your own. I look forward to sharing them with you!
Check out my presentation below or at Slideshare.
Slideshare "Infographics 101" presentation created by me, at http://www.slideshare.net/thirdgrade/infographics-for-the-classroom-elemhs; image from http://libresources.lrei.org/content.php?pid=436135
Wednesday, July 15, 2015
Embarking in Infographics 101: Presentation Station
Posted by Vicki at 5:00 AM
Labels: creativity , curriculum , lesson plans , technology , writing
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