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The Critical Thinking Skills Cheatsheet [Infographic] - 4 views

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    "Critical thinking skills truly matter in learning. Why? Because they are life skills we use every day of our lives. Everything from our work to our recreational pursuits, and all that's in between, employs these unique and valuable abilities. Consciously developing them takes thought-provoking discussion and equally thought-provoking questions to get it going. Begin right here with the Critical Thinking Skills Cheatsheet.
    It's a simple infographic offering questions that work to develop critical thinking on any given topic. Whenever your students discover or talk about new information, encourage them to use these questions for sparking debate and the sharing of opinions and insights among each other. Together they can work at building critical thinking skills in a collaborative and supportive atmosphere."
John Evans

An Interesting Infographic Featuring 12 iPad Apps Ideal for Librarians ~ Educational Te... - 1 views

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    "his is an infographic that features a set of 12 iPad apps ideal for librarians. The purpose is to provide librarians with applications to facilitate their work and enhance their productivity. The selected apps cover different areas from citation and bibliography to note taking and referencing."
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"Manners Matter" in This Digital Citizenship Infographic - 2 views

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    "Enjoy this useful digital citizenship infographic produced by Knowthenet called "Manners Matter." And they do, especially when it comes to teaching students proper digital citizenship skills. Resources such as this are a terrific way to share what's important about technology with today's digital learners!"
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9 Infographic Tools For Creative Data Visualization - 0 views

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    "Creating great infographics need not be a chore, no matter if you're a teacher or a student. Taking information and presenting it in an artful and visually appealing way has never been easier, thanks to the infographic tools you can use today.
    Before you dive in, here are some quick tips:
    Collect your data. If you have been collecting data, compile it all in a spreadsheet.
    Decide the best way to present your data (flyer-style, bar charts, line charts, Venn diagrams, histogram, scatter plot charts, flow charts, timelines, etc.).
    Design a rough sketch so you don't end up flying blind.
    Pick your app and get to work!
    Now that you've got basic tips on how to get started, it's time to get creative. Here are 9 great infographic tools to help you get started creating great infographics."
John Evans

A New Infographic Featuring 30+ Practical Google Search Tips ~ Educational Technology a... - 0 views

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    "Here is a new infographic from Zapier featuring a number of practical tips and tricks to help you conduct effective Google searches. We are adding it to the resources we have compiled in our Google Search Tips' section here in EdTech and mLearning. Some of the things you and your students will get to learn from this visual include: how to get instant answers, drag and drop to search, how to use Google's search tabs and tools, how to search specific sites, how to search internationally, how to use search operators, how to use Google's advanced search pages, and how to tweak Google Search settings."
John Evans

Teachers Want to See More Virtual Reality in Their Classrooms [#Infographic] | EdTech M... - 7 views

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    "There's plenty of excitement surrounding virtual reality's applications in education.

    Teachers and administrators attending the ISTE 2016 Conference and Expo, for instance, flocked to the Samsung Gear VR and Google Expeditions displays to try their hand at the companies' respective VR teaching tools.

    Despite the interest, VR hasn't yet found a home in most schools. According to statistics cited in a recent Samsung infographic, only 2 percent of teachers use VR content in their classrooms. The data comes from a 2016 survey of more than 1,000 K-12 teachers.

    Survey results also indicate that educators would like to use VR to complement coursework in a variety of subjects, particularly science, history and social studies. Eight-three percent of teachers believe the technology could help improve student outcomes in those and other areas."
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