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Wednesday, August 15 • 12:15pm - 1:45pm
Infographics as Assessments with Google Drawings | ROOM 163

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Infographics can be a fun and engaging way to assess student understanding. Combining graphics and limited text into a single page infographic requires students to process what they have learned and summarize it in a creative way. They work great for individuals, but with the collaborative power of Google Drawings they can also work wonderfully with partners or small groups. Most importantly, using a rubric they can be easily used as assessments to check for student understanding.
They also can turn class presentations into students sharing their understanding with a simple graphic aid and answering other students questions, rather than boring sessions of students with their backs to the class reading their power point slides out loud.
Infographics are a great tool for any subject where the students have access to a Chromebook or computer. They are simple to make and require limited instruction or computer literacy. Best of all, they give the students a chance to show off their style and creativity! Most students love to make and share them.

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Wednesday August 15, 2018 12:15pm - 1:45pm
Skyline 3284 E 3760 S, Salt Lake City, UT 84109
  • Session Duration 90
  • Audience All