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Wednesday, July 24 • 2:30pm - 3:30pm
Visual Literacy with Data & Infographic Essays

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Researching and collecting data is the first step, but conveying the data in an engaging format is critical to 21st-century communication. Infographics create visual essays to convey data and messages. Step up data representation in your own and your students' projects. Examples will be drawn from 3rd-12 grade. In this session participants walk away with Google tips and tricks to use Sheets, Graphs, Forms, Draw, and Pixlr to create and print poster-size infographics. We will also use scaffolded templates, Info Bits, and Google Explore.
  • Participants will have hands-on experience using Google Tools to create visual essays.
  • Clear understanding of the importance of visualization in today's communication
  • Plans for application of concepts to large or small projects
  • Skills to implement a plan
Even though this is a 'teacher/student' focused session, anyone can benefit from knowing how to create a visual representation of data, such as admins, assistants, district office, and others!

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Deb Boisvert

Digital Learning Specialist, DB4EdTech
Deb, a certified Google Trainer, has 30 years of experience in education including the classroom, technology coordination/integration, administration, and professional development. She has a special interest combining Google tools and resources to improve instruction, excite learners... Read More →


Wednesday July 24, 2019 2:30pm - 3:30pm EDT
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