Friday, March 6, 2015

Transformation


I have wanted to teach myself how to make an infographic for the past two years. I finally had the time and patience to do so this afternoon. I used piktochart to make this. It took as long as I typically compose a post. I am so proud of what I learned how to do today! I hope you enjoy the titles I shared. They have influenced my life and my teaching too. Happy Friday!


15 comments:

  1. Oh, Beth! It looks really good!

    Piktochart is awesome, isn't it? (So nice that it's free.) If you get really into creating these, lmk. Kevin Hodgson provided me with a bunch of other sites that allows you to make them too. I've tried them, but personally I like Piktochart the best.

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    1. Thank you Stacey! My goal is to play with a tool once a week.

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  2. I love the idea for creating an infographic. I will have to look into Piktochart! I like the way you summed up the messages in the books. I love all of those books for the way they helped me reframe my thinking about learning.

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    1. I am playing with the tools to think about how my students can use them.

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  3. I love the idea for creating an infographic. I will have to look into Piktochart! I like the way you summed up the messages in the books. I love all of those books for the way they helped me reframe my thinking about learning.

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    1. Make sure you set aside some time. As with most things, it takes longer than you think!

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  5. I have a presentation to do in the next week. I might have to check this out. Yours looks great.

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    1. I like the idea of using with a presentation.

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  6. Thanks for adding something to my to-do list for next week, Beth. I recently made an infographic to explain a new legislative requirement to principals, but it wasn't nearly as attractive as yours. Can't wait to give piktochart a try!

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  7. This is great, Beth! I've also been wanting to learn how to do an infographic. This would look really good in a presentation. Thanks for sharing the information and the tool!

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  8. Just remembered this piece by Sarah Gross about having students create an infographic reading history. Thought you might like it: http://www.edutopia.org/blog/infographics-students-reading-history-sarah-gross

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