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How to Make an Infographic: Free Visual E-Book for Beginners

How to Make an Infographic: Free Visual E-Book for Beginners
On average, Americans consume 63 gigabytes of information per person per day. That’s roughly half of all the storage space in a new MacBook Air laptop. With so much information bombarding us on a daily basis, it’s no wonder we’ve become desensitized to even the most shocking statistics. For example, what if I told you that the 74 million richest people in the world possess 50% of its wealth? The real meaning of this statement would probably be lost on most of us. The moment you translate it into a visual format, however, it suddenly becomes a much more palpable — and shocking — reality: That’s the power of infographics. A Step-By-Step Guide for Beginners Those who survive information overload will be those who search for information with broadband thinking but apply it with a single-minded focus. In a world of information overload, the ability to visualize information is more than just a nice-to-have skill — it’s now a necessity. Steps to Creating a Persuasive Infographic 2 Define your goals.

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My Pet Monster by Robyn Torry and Jason Sand "Co-Authoring Childrens's Books with my students transformed the way I look at learning in my Classroom." Jason Sand is a Multi-Media Teacher in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada. He enjoys helping students through the process of creating digital media in a variety of forms. Jason is the father of three amazing daughters which he and his wife Syreeta enjoy watching grow. Mckenna, Janaya and Addyson have been an inspiration behind the development of these resources. Jason's interest in art from a young age has helped, fuel his passion for creating. Best Practices In Blended Learning Editor’s note: This article was originally published in February 2015 and has been updated to reflect current practices. Originally, blended learning referred to adding an online component to instructor-led training or classroom education. Now, blended learning refers to the use of more than one delivery method to provide and enhance training and support. This is one way to add continued support to people on their learning journey.

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Bring virtual reality field trips to your school with Google Expeditions At the Bronx Latin School in New York City, teacher Katrina Roman says the topic of ancient history doesn’t usually set students abuzz. But this week, they took a field trip to ancient Mayan ruins using Google Expeditions, a virtual reality teaching tool built with Google Cardboard. Normally, their assignment would involve poring over photocopied photographs, but instead, they stood at the top of Chichen Itza, then examined detailed carvings at Tenochtitlan. Amid “oohs” and “aahhs,” the students shouted out details they noticed and shot hands up to answer Ms. Roman’s questions. Starting today, we’re bringing this experience to thousands of schools around the world with the new Expeditions Pioneer Program.

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