About Infographics

Hello World!

Yes… I said world.  I am so amazed at how many people I have met through this blog.

It has been lots of fun!

My Infographics are done under a creative commons license like this:::::

Creative Commons License
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported License.

What does it mean? I am allowing the world to use the infographics (print or share) for non-commercial purposes…. but you can’t make changes… (unless they are otherwise denoted on the infographic).

Sound good?

Email me if you want to talk about a jpg or png…


Or check out my Dropbox…. Noncommercial use only

If you want to buy a print….


16 thoughts on “About Infographics

  1. Mia,
    I absolutely love your infographics! I am an instructional coach for high school mathematics and would love to be able to share with my department. Would you please send me a jpg. for the 27 Ways to Greet Students? I think it would be great to share at my first meeting and then I’ll share your site with the teachers. Just reading your work has lifted my spirits.
    Thank you,

  2. Oh my gosh – could I please have a PDF of the Events in Instruction PDF that begins with gaining attention, and the Did they learn anything infographic as soon as possible? We have a parent meeting today for a student whose parents desperately need this information. Thank you so much! If you don’t see this until afterward, I will most certainly send on to the parent as soon as I receive it! Thank you!

  3. Mia, I really like your infographics , they are clear but attractive at the same time. I’d like to use infographics with my secondary school students, could you tell me which tool you use to make them? Thanks, Lisa

  4. I love all of your stuff!! WOW!! Would you send me the Blooms revised taxonomy using verbs and the intrinsic motivational chart?

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  6. I am a media specialist and coach at my elementary school. I stumbled upon this blog on Pinterest. I would love to use some of your infographics with teachers.

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