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  1. Infographics STEM Time

  2. InfoGraphic is… • graphic visual representations of information, data or knowledge intended to present complex information quickly and clearly

  3. Infographics look like Ask Imagine Goal Improve Plan Create

  4. Infographics look like “The Case for Public Transportation.” The Atlantic Cities: Place Matters. 17 July 2012 http://cdn.theatlanticcities.com/img/upload/2012/07/17/7570855856_c241982e08_z_d/largest.jpg

  5. Infographics look like • What strategies or visuals were you drawn to or felt were particularly effective? • How was the information displayed? • What type of organization did you prefer when looking at the infographics? • Were there any elements you did not care for? • What strategies would you like to replicate in your own infographic? “The Case for Public Transportation.” The Atlantic Cities: Place Matters. 17 July 2012 http://cdn.theatlanticcities.com/img/upload/2012/07/17/7570855856_c241982e08_z_d/largest.jpg

  6. Creating an Infographic • ASK! • Research your topic. The more information you have the easier it will be. • Hint: You don’t have enough research yet! • Remember you are creating an infographic that shows the relationship between STEM and the Olympics.

  7. Creating an Infographic • Imagine! • Organize your information! • Generate questions! Get more information! • Remember you are creating an infographic that shows the relationship between STEM and the Olympics.

  8. Creating an Infographic • Plan! • Brainstorm a list, a long list, of images that fit your topic AND information. • Discuss, PAM your ideas, and decide which images and information: • go together • are most important • you want to use

  9. Creating an Infographic • Create! • On a piece of paper, create a draft that shows: • which images you will use. • where those images will go. • what information, text, you will include in your graphic(s).

  10. Creating an Infographic • Improve! • Ask another group to PAM the draft. If your PAMmers are not specific in their review, ask them to provide details. • Praise = I like how you included all the steps of the design process. • Ask = Why didn’t you include definitions for each step? • Make Suggestions = I think you should include examples for each step.

  11. Creating an Infographic • Improve! • Have the members of your PAMming group initial your draft after it has been PAMmed. • Revise your draft. • Conduct research to find additional information if needed. • Show your original and revised drafts to one of your teachers to get the infographic paper to create the larger version of your graphic.