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Visual Teaching and Learning

May 9, 2012

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They say “pictures are worth a thousand words” and I would bet more than a 1,000 words for visuals learners! Infographs are great tools for teachers to provide a visual lesson, a set of instructions, or spark creativity. Using visual tools in the classroom, such as infographs, can create an environment for diversified learning styles along with catering to generational learning needs. This article provides information on Piktochart and 16 other platforms that teachers can use to create infographs! Have fun…

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