This collection of reviewed resources from TeachersFirst includes tools for creating infographics, collections of great infographic examples, and sites with professional information for teachers planning to use infographics for student projects...
Upload pictures, add word balloons, speech bubbles, and thought balloons, then export it. Once you've got a balloon photo done, you can email it to a friend or save to your hard drive as a JPEG. You never have to login or subscribe to anything.
Imagine a classroom where children sit at desks embedded with ‘multi-touch’ surfaces that allow them to work simultaneously in the same physical workspace, both on their own and in collaboration with others.
What would the world look like if there were 100 people? This infographic provides a look at gender, age, geography, religion, first lanaguage, literacy, education, and living conditions. If you want additional information visit 100 People: A World Portrait - A Global Information Toolbox at http://www.100people.org.
All the conversations about technology and education lead to 1:1, and Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) initiatives. Each concept has its benefits and challenges, which creates a spirited debate among educators. Add to this debate the ever expanding list of educational apps, programs and services being developed for teachers, students, parents and administrators, and you begin to feel the urgency to innovate in your school. Before you take the plunge consider these five essential questions: