Thanks to my friend:
Many of you have used the infographics to enhance a teacher meeting, a workshop, or other educational experience. It’s so much fun to see how the infographics are being used around the world!
Here is how Dr. Chris Cavert uses this infographic in his Illinois (USA) classroom.
Many have asked for the link to the translated infographic.
Great job, Javier!
It’s exciting to see everywhere our Infographics travel.
If you would like to partner with me and translate an infographic into your language, let me know!
Here is one in Hebrew…
Find out more about this organization @ http://www.edunow.org.il/edunow-media-story-78844
The infographics are making their way around the world.
Here’s a fun organization using Blooms in India. We love nature and learning through nature.
Check them out @
I like designing courses around a theme. I want to make a soil science course.
So, this was where I started… with Bruschetta.
Click on the image to explore!
Lots more work to do.
Here’s a little Demo made in Articulate Storyline 2
Students often ask how to determine which websites and articles are good sources to cite. My answer is always, “Well, what do you think?” Students need to be able to think on their own. So, if your student offers some questionable sources, ask, “Why did you choose that one?” Try to get the student to think about the who, what, why, and when of the article and website. Let the student use critical thinking to come to a valid conclusion. They might just have a good reason for using the source.