Classrooms today are encouraged to use verbal, visual, and digital text when relaying content information. The rationale behind this integration is that the verbal, visual, and digital reinforce each other, help create additional memory associations, and will help involve and reach all kinds of learners.
Most classes incorporate various forms of multi-media (because so much is now available over the internet and because research has shown that mulit-media, like infographics helps make learning accessible to all kinds of learners)Today, these charts, diagrams, word clouds, graphs, tables, webs, timelines and maps are being morphed into "INFOGRAPHICS"And, not only are teachers and publishers creating these visual story-telling, fact-finding masterpieces, students are creating them as well.
The power of education's integrating and promoting visual literacy and integrated texts is that information is now accessible to all kinds of readers and learners.
HOW CAN YOU MAKE INFOGRAPHICS? Read on...