Creating Infographics using Easel.ly
Learn how to use Easel.ly, a free digital tool that allows your students create infographics including digital posters to demonstrate content knowledge learned in classroom lessons across subject areas. Excellent tool for middle and high school students.
Clemencia Acevedo is Interested in Education and Historical Research. She is a Hunter(CUNY) and Fordham GSE Alumni. Recipient of New York City Department of Education Excellence in School Technology Award 2017, Digital Literacies Collaborative (DLC) iHero Award 2016 and Fordham University Teacher Residency Scholars Program (TRIP) 2012. Featured Wikispaces Organizer Educator and EdTech Digest Case Study.
Michael Jacome M.Ed. is a former Earth Science teacher and the Founder & CEO of BRAINS NYC. Michael’s goal is to close the educational gap by promoting literacy and numeracy through STEAM and educational technology content.
Cost: Free for Teachers
Adress: 3022 E. Tremont Avenue, Bronx, NY, 10461
When: Saturday, August 19, 2017
How to get there: Train number 6 to Westchester Square. Once you see the White Castle, keep walking through East Tremont Avenue, pass Lehman High School and you will see a sign that says “Got TUTORING”, that is us. #BRAINSNYC
Bring your computer. You will need it to practice with Easel.ly.
Register by clicking the following link: https://www.smore.com/z2pg9-easel-ly-tech-tool-training
Sponsored by EduTech4Literacy &
The Bronx Revolutionary Academy for Innovative New Scientists (BRAINS)