This seemed timely given our discussions about reading and attention spans this week. It’s an article and an infographic giving suggestions on what we can do to improve quality reading in young people. A Visual Guide To Slowing Down The Distracted Generation – Edudemic.
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Business Insider created a map of the U.S. that shows the logo of each university or college that received the most number of applicants for their respective state. You will see UCF, not UF, is the most popular school in Florida. Go Knights! http://www.businessinsider.com/desirable-college-state-map-2014-5
This infographic always seems to spark a lively debate about the good and bad points of amazon. I use it in discussing strategy and the concept of disruption in an industry, which causes all competitors to re-evaluate their business models. It’s also very useful in a discussion about retailing today. The graphic is available at […]
Special thanks to Lauri Lott who teaches technology for educators and uses Pinterest as a bookmarks page. She has gobs of infographics that she uses in her in-class presentations and on her class Facebook group page. She wanted to share this one with Circles of Innovation. Click here or on the image below to see the […]
The infographic below shows the born on dates for many of the technologies that we take for granted today. The ages in the circles represent how old students across the grade levels were when the technologies came out. How old were your students when smartphones were created? Click on the image to see the larger version.