Pictographs

Last week, students completed a design your own experiment activity over heart health and the environment. After the experiment concluded, I asked them to create one pictographic or graphic that would summarize their data in an impactful way. Some students used Keynote, while others used Canva, but I loved the thinking behind it. What was the most important bit of information from this experiment that should be shared with others?

 

Student examples of pictograms using Keynote and Canva


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Posted on April 02, 2024

I really like the pictographics! Great way to be visual as well as succinct with data. This helped me with a project I’m working on. Thanks Jodie!

Posted on April 02, 2024

I love this product idea, Jodie! I am such a visual learner, so I really like seeing the most important information from an experiment in this way!

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