Using Infographics in the Classroom

Need to spice up your classroom activities? Try asking students to do infographics. Here’s one my students came up with: an Emojicoaster. Have them track how they feel about a book based on events as they’re reading. This alternative to a timeline of events helps them process how they feel and helps you see what they’re thinking.

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Posted by Kate, VP Secondary for PCTELA

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Using Infographics in the Classroom

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