"Infographics are everywhere! We see them on the Web and in our professional journals. Students see them on Facebook and on advertiser’s pages. How can the use of infographics be used to address the Common Core State Standards?"
Mary Reilley Clark's insight:
It's all here, folks--examples of how to use infographics, the CCSS they align with, rubrics, sites to easily create them...Kathy's gathered everything you need to know in one very helpful article.
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