Sunday, 2 February 2014

For teachers - Infographics and interactive posters


Posters can easily draw student's attention but they should not be just wall decoration. They should be used to study in deep some topics or to visually organize concepts.
Posters should easily be seen, so you need colours and images. Now you can create you own poster in a few minutes or you can even make it interactive!

This time I tried Piktochart
http://piktochart.com/ 
It is very useful to create interactive posters. I already tried Thinglink and Glogster. 
You can save your work as an image (.png or .jpeg) or copy the url if you want to use it as an interactive poster. In this case you have to add links, videos, etc. to your project!

The following is an example of a project saved as an image. I've created it to advertise the study tour I am organizing for my students:

This one, instead, is an interactive poster showing our English class activities, with videos and links:
https://magic.piktochart.com/output/1198513-journey-of-love

Have fun with your posters! 

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