Data Visualization, information digestion, information architecture... either way, I like it. Students like it. Why not turn your assignment knowledge product into an Infographic challenge?
- Create an infographic depicting the impact of a man-made disaster.
- Create an infographic on the Civil War.
- Create an infographic on the benefits of solar power.
- Extrapolate data from the NFL website and depict five ratios you found.
- Convince me, via an Infographic, to watch what I eat .
- Defend your position on ___________ via an Infographic.
Analyze - think analytically
Address a Question
Solve a problem
Conduct a short research projects
Conduct sustained research projects
Students generate questions
Explore a topic
Draw evidence from textsSupport analysis
Research and reflection
Gather information from print and digital sources
Assess the credibility and accuracy of sources
Integrate information avoiding plagiarism
Produce and publish writing
Interact and collaborate
Write arguments to support claims
Formulate an argument
Prepare and participate effectively in conversations.
Express information and enhance
Or, use their Visualized Data at their website; columnfivemedia.com
Displayed on smartboard, students can picture what their knowledge products should look like.