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You see them everywhere...bold graphic representations of data for quick processing on smart devices. The web is full of them. Creating these graphics, using data collected in your classroom, can make complex information easy to digest. It can also be a great tool for review. There are several tools out there to help students create infographics using their own data. Piktochart, easel.ly, canva, to name a few.
Kathy Schrock has a great page dedicated to creating infographics in the classroom.
Good old PowerPoint can be used as well, by adjusting the slide size. Here's a quick tutorial. The great thing about PowerPoint is that students don't have to use their email addresses, as they do with other apps and tools.
A picture is worth...