Hello blogger friends!
Today I am going to tell you about a new challenge: creating an InfoEduGraphic.
To design this new digital artifact we had to work in groups. Working in groups gave us the chance of sharing ideas, see different points of view and we can also learn from each other.
The groups were created according to the topic we have chosen to do our CLIL e-Project, so I was allocated with five of my classmates whose topic was also ANIMALS. Here are the blogs and Twitter accounts of my peers:
Once we got together, it was time to think about creating an Infographic. At first, we did not know what that was, so we had to figure it out; we found out that Infographics are visual representations of information (knowledge, contents…). They have a blog where we had to send it once we finished it, so they could publish it too.
We decided to crate an Infographic about the five groups of vertebrate animals, where children will learn the characteristics of each group and also they will learn to use Aurasma, an app that gives you the chance to work with augmented reality something really engaging for them.
When design our Infographic we used Piktochart, a great tool that allows us to create engaging Infographics to present projects, activities, and other kind of visual presentations. With this amazing tool we could customize our Infographic as we liked, and also we had the chance to upload our own images or videos. This helped us a lot, because as I have said at the beginning, our students will be using Aurasma in our Infographic and we could upload our images for our students to see what was hidden behing the pictures we uploaded.
Here you can see our Infographic: