High Desert Summit 2017

Interactive Infographics

Interactive Infographics

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Presentation | Speaker | Date

I am Jennifer Calderon

I currently am the Vice Principal at Ranchero Middle School.

Hesperia Unified School District

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infographics

What are infographics? Why should my students make them?

Infographics

  • Visually displays students knowledge
  • All information is in one place
  • You can create hyperlinks to websites or navigation among the Google Slides.

What’s the big idea?

Students show their own individualized comprehension for a specific topic!

How do I start?

  • Think about your curriculum?
  • What’s something that you want your students to be able to tell you about?

Let’s Brainstorm & Share Out:

Access your Interactive Infographics Handout by clicking here.

  • Fill out the Google Form with ideas of how you can use Interactive Infographics.
  • Review the various topics of how you could use Interactive Infographics by looking at the responses.

Future Possibilities:

  • Students can create infographics that include:
    • Showing how to solve a math problem
    • Identify major components of a story (Theme, characters, etc)...to name a few.
    • Explaining the process how Bills are passed in Congress

Examples of using just Google Drawing

Revised Scientific method

Old Method:

Problem

Research

Hypothesis

Experiment

Results

Conclusion

New Method:

Claim

Evidence

Reasoning

**Article about CER**

Examples of how you can use Google Slides

Let’s Get Started with an Experiment

Complete Apply (Part 1) in your provided Google Document.

Embrace the FAD!

Sample Data--Link to Spreadsheet for your presentation

Layout

TITLE OF INFOGRAPHIC

ACTUAL INFOGRAPHIC

STATE YOUR CLAIM

STATE YOUR EVIDENCE

STATE YOUR REASONING

  • Open up a new Slide Deck

Share your Slide Deck with your team members so you can work together on your project.

2. Name Your Presentation & Design Cover Page

3. Create your content

I have my students create a Storyboard first.

Then they build….

Claim

Evidence

Reasoning

4. Create your Content slides (Slides 3-5)

Create images, text boxes, charts, graphs etc. to allow your audience to understand the specific content within your individual slides.

Need Help Building Graphs...

Use Google Sheets Tutorial Slides Presentation

4. Create your Main Infographic slide (Slides 2)

  • Insert a new BLANK slide underneath your first slide.
  • Create images or text box links that will be hyperlinked to corresponding slides that contains your information.

4. Create your Main Infographic slide (Slides 2)

  • Select the image or the entire textbox
  • Click ctrl + k to allow you to link to parts of your slides
  • You want to click Slides in this presentation
  • Designate which slide you’d like to link to

5. Create Blank Textboxes to link back to the main slide & to corresponding slides.

Use a box shape to cover the slide.

Make it transparent (both inside and border)

Link to home slide.

6. To view projects click on PRESENT

Need a video tutorial?

Click here

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Jennifer Calderon

Vice Principal-Ranchero Middle School | Hesperia Unified

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