The Flipped Classroom

The Flipped Classroom

December 9, 2012

Is this new style of teaching a more efficient way of educating today’s students? Source

Autism and Learning

Autism and Learning

December 6, 2012

What is autism and how does it affect a way a person learns? This infographic takes a look at autism and learning. It shows what obstacles people have when they’re autistic and what ways they can facilitate their education. Source

Anatomy of a Doctor

Anatomy of a Doctor

December 1, 2012

The stress that comes with being a doctor is something only a few can handle. It’s sad that in today’s society we look at celebrities as heroes and not give enough credit to people who save lives – doctors. This infographic takes a look at different aspects of being a doctor – from how they […]

Ivy vs Ivy

Ivy vs Ivy

November 27, 2012

Hunch used its Taste Graph to examine how fans of each Ivy League school answer questions about themselves. They used Hunch’s API to get predictions about each college for 14 questions, ranging from political ideology to personality traits, then pitted the schools against each other and displayed results on a relative/forced rank basis. Source

Technological Evolution: School Staff

Technological Evolution: School Staff

November 11, 2012

I have been dabbling with infographics and have, at last, designed my first to visualize a part of my research conceptual framework (http://youtu.be/Vztco4af8qI) in a new way. In this flow chart, I trace the evolution of a school’s staff over time and with additional technology. I’m studying the pedagogical technologist in the fourth stage; and […]

Studying How To Study

Studying How To Study

November 5, 2012

Effective study habits are the keys to a successful college career. But there are multiple factors that affect how well you retain information. Here we explore these influences and give you tips to develop effective study habits. Source

Live, Work, And Study: Getting A Degree With A Busy Schedule

Live, Work, And Study: Getting A Degree With A Busy Schedule

November 4, 2012

It’s amazing how the world has changed from 20 years from ago to now. People learning from a computer to earn there degree and even working from home. Here is a fine list of some of the most popular online degrees being earned. Source

How Video Games Are Changing Education

How Video Games Are Changing Education

October 22, 2012

Here is an infographic that illustrates an aspect of gamification in education: Video Games. We like how the infographic highlights various subjects different games employ for their game mechanics. We don’t like the tangled web which make the graphic difficult to decipher, but it conveys some of the overlap and sometimes nebulous “educational” aspects of […]

The ABCs Of Back-To-School Shopping

The ABCs Of Back-To-School Shopping

October 16, 2012

Even though the worst of the recession is over, for many parents there is a lingering insecurity with regard to the economy. According to surveys, the expectation is these insecurities will cause back-to-school shopping for the coming academic year to be flat compared to 2010. This may not bode well as some analysts see back-to-school […]

The Cost of Attending College Today

The Cost of Attending College Today

October 6, 2012

Everybody knows college is expensive, but just how expensive? This infographic compares the cost of tuition, room and board at public vs private colleges for 2009 and 2010, and gives you the details on what college students are actually paying when financial aid is factored in. Source

Random College Statistics

Random College Statistics

September 13, 2012

This latest infographic deals with a bunch of random college statistics. How many people are graduating every year, how far people travel to get to spring break, the average amount of student debt, even the most common item stolen from college students. If you like random, this infographic is for you. Check out these 42 […]

Back to School Breakdown

Back to School Breakdown

September 12, 2012

Everyone is back in school now, but what does that mean for our wallets, our textbooks, and our teachers? We broke down the numbers to examine the impact of back to school. Source