Using Easel.ly to Make Data Literacy Fun for Students

DIY Data Art collaborated with Easel.ly to write a blog post about how to make data literacy fun for students. This is a guide for educators on how to incorporate creative data literacy into your classroom using Easel.ly, an easy tool to create infographics and graphics.

“With back to school season, teachers and educators are in the midst of designing and revamping their curriculum, always looking for new and creative ways to engage students. As technology becomes more a part of our daily lives, students are using technology – mobile phones – to communicate with one another, receive updates from their teachers, and even complete their homework.

Even though students use technology in just about every aspect of their lives, it is difficult to figure out how to incorporate technology in an organic and accessible way in the classroom.”

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Read the blog post here.

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