Top 10 Visuals & Infographics on Langwitches

There is no question that I am a visual learner. Not only do visuals created by others help me make context and content clearer to me, but visuals also play a pivotal role in the process of thinking about, wrapping my mind around, developing, connecting, and making my work visible in order to share with others.

I have experimented with infographics, sketchnotes, slides, and hybrid visuals. I use tools such as:

Here are the Top 10 Visuals & Infographics on Langwitches :

10- From Visible Thinking Routines to Modern Learning Routines

modern-learning-routines

9- Building Google C.U.L.T.U.R.E

building-good-culture

8- 4 Big Ideas Around the Connected Educator

Globally Connected Educator- Beyond Plugging In.001

7-Digital Portfolios are the Glue that Holds it All Together

DigitalPortfolios-tolisano

6- Develop Shareable Content For Schools

social-media-for-schools_tolisano_5

5- What are the Biggest Mistakes when Integrating Technology in the Classroom

mistakes-when-integrating-technology-tolisano

4- Visible Thinking Routines in Blogging

Visible Thinking Routines for Blogging

3- Reflection in the Learning Process, not as an add-on

Reflection

2- Copyright Flowchart: Can I Use It? Yes? No? If This… Then…

Copyright Flowchart

1-Upgraded KWL

KWHLAQ-v2-tolisano

3 thoughts on “Top 10 Visuals & Infographics on Langwitches”

  1. For myself, and my students, I really like Google Drawings when making infographics. It is lacking features that Piktochart has and definitely won’t look as “professional” but for making posters, announcements or how to’s, it gets the job done.

  2. I have tried Canva and I liked it. I have recently used Google Drawings for the first time. My students learned a lot on how to use it. I plan on using it again on another 3rd grade project. My students are excited about using it again.

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