Really appreciate this tutorial. Infographics are a great way for students to document their reading and research and learn to apply design principles, all at the same time!
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Creating an Interesting Infographic
I was at the library with my kids when I saw this book published by DK called 'Our World in Numbers' I was struck by how interesting the pages looked and also intrigued by the use of numbers as the base for the information.
I love infographics and thought this was a nice twist on it. It also thought it would make a great project for our students and an interesting and engaging way for them to present their learning. With that in mind I put together this infographic as an example. I have included a step by step tutorial here from finding and sorting the information to presenting and sharing it.
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Fantasic use of Safari (maybe reader view prior to exporting the content), Freeform, Pages and Keynote to produce a quality workflow. Really appreciate the share Jonathan, legend!
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Posted on February 14, 2023
Love your giraffe! Thanks for the tutorial. Infographic building is an important skill for learners to show what they know and to communicate with data!