Visual.ly may lack variety but the infographics are lots of fun. Simply provide a # or a Twitter account and the infographic builds itself. Lots of fun for students and teachers. It can also have some education value as a tool for comparison and for critical media literacy comparison. Follow a life in the month of #edtech:
This blog and many others make frequent reference to the piece of ed jargon known as “The Flipped Classroom”. Sal Khan of Khan Academy fame has been a major force in pushing it to prominence but he is not the originator. This cool infographic from Knewton presents both the history and the details of this disruptive change idea.
Our friends from Online Universities Blog have brought us another amazing infographic. There are several interesting statistics to be found but the most striking one is that 88% of ebook users still read printed books. Hopefully this will quiet the “chicken-littles” who bemoan the death of the printed word. The relationship be ebooks and printed books is not a zero sum game…BOTH CAN SURVIVE and THRIVE!
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While we acknowledge the power of the digital classroom, we must still consider appropriate infrastructure to make it work. The following infographic provides a comprehensive overview.
Pinterest is cool to look at and follow but what use does it have for education? Check out this cool infographic from our friends at onlineuniversities.com blog.
From: Online Universities Blog