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Ways to Teach Using Infographics However, today I am sharing with you a great video by Kathy Shrock on Infographics as creative assessments. Here are some of the important ideas included in the video : Why Infographics ? To communicate a messagePresent large amounts of data meaningfullyReveal hidden data for the vieweWhat types can students create ? Statistical infographics Timeline infographicsInformational InfographicsProcess InformationGameboard metaphorPersonal preferenceWhat are the steps ?
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Classroom Resource Pack The FÍS Classroom Resource Pack offers the primary school teacher a structured approach to introducing film as a cross-curriculum medium into the classroom. It was developed by teachers for teachers and contains 16 invaluable lessons that support the development of children’s creativity and critical response. The Classroom Resource Pack can be downloaded as a single document or individual lessons can be downloaded as the need arises. A FÍS Technical Manual is also available with clear practical information about film-making processes and techniques. Complete Classroom Resource Pack The Key to Keywords (3-5) Jump to navigation Educator Subnav The Key to Keywords (3-5) Free Curriculum - PreK - 8 The Easy Peasy All in One Homeschool – I’m working on a complete, online, free curriculum. It is for Pre K through high school. It is everything: reading, language arts, writing, art, music, science, history, math, computer, health/PE, Bible and logic. It has everything laid out. You can do it by course–like just use it for science–or, you can use it for everything. It’s laid out so that your child can go to day 4 and just go down all the assignments for that day.
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