Webinar presented on 2015-12-10.
Student infographics are often attractive visual collages of statistics and facts instead of an “ah ha!” synthesis of learning. Participants in this session will learn how the inquiry process can send students on an open-minded exploration of a complex problem.
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Debbie Abilock, is known for her work on innovative curriculum design, thoughtful technology integration, and multiple literacies. She publishes, lectures and consults internationally based on over 30 years' experience as a curriculum coordinator, Director of a library-IT department, and school administrator. She writes a column “Adding Friction” for School Library Connection on designing deliberate thinking into the research process and co-authored Recipe for an Infographic with Connie Williams. She is a co-founder and directs the education vision of NoodleTools Inc., a platform for teaching student research.
Connie Williams is the teacher librarian at Petaluma High School and is an adjunct library instructor at Santa Rosa Junior College. She is the author of articles on library advocacy, infographics, assessment, and primary sources. She is the past president of CSLA, and is co-chair of GODORT Government Information for Children committee. She co-authored with Debbie Abilock Recipe for an Infographic.
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