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Friday, June 19 • 10:25am - 11:10am
Still Worth a 1000 Words: Use PowerPoint to Create Infographics as a Creative Assessment

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Infographics are detailed visual representations of information, data or knowledge. Today infographics are ubiquitous. They serve as a short hand for everyday concepts. Why not utilize them as an alternative for students to process and present curriculum information quickly and clearly?
Students will utilize information, visual and technology literacies when creating the final infographic project. There is no need for special layer based image editor software or online creation tools. Text, picture, color and shape are the key elements in creating highly pleasing and informative infographics. By utilizing basic tools in PowerPoint you and your students can produce educational infographics with information collected from the curriculum and from research.

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Pat King

Technology Resource Teacher, Loudoun County Public Schools
This is my twelfth year as the Technology Resource Teacher at Mountain View. This is my 29th year as an educator and have experience working at the elementary, middle, high school and collegiate levels. My educational background includes a Bachelor's of Science Degree in Social... Read More →

Friday June 19, 2015 10:25am - 11:10am EDT

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