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Let’s celebrate your brain!

Brain awareness week (BAW) is an event celebrated every year around the world and is an opportunity to promote and support brain science and research. …

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Students and Teachers Using Easelly

In this article, we are going to share some of the work that students and teachers created using Easelly. This is an interesting infographic created …

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Be the Cool Teacher, Make Cell Signaling Easy!

Cell signaling is one of the most arid parts of the curriculum this semester, and my students have tons of papers to read of too …

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World Population using Scientific Notation

Trying to find technology to describe mathematics is sometimes not easy. I have found that Easel.ly makes a great presentation tool for students to show their mastery of math standards while integrating other subject areas.

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Understanding the Past to Shape the Future

While teaching history of neuroscience to teenager undergrad biology students, one of the biggest challenges is to keep their attention for 60 minutes while talking …

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GUEST POST: Easelly as a Multimodal Literacy Tool in Education

Today’s guest post comes courtesy of Jennifer Williams. Her post addresses the changing tools available to educators and how Easelly empowered her work. To learn …

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GUEST POST: A Brand Manager on Reaching Your Target Audience with Infographics

This week’s guest post comes from Richard Larson, the Brand Manager for GoPromotional Banners. Richard has some excellent advice on designing your infographic, making it …

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GUEST POST: A 20-Year Teacher on Educating with Infographics

This week’s post comes courtesy of Mike Ward, an educator and consultant with over 20 years of teaching experience. He founded TLC3 for E International, …

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Case Study: The Power of the Infographic

The following post was written by Claire Roper of Zilchoo who managed to grow page views 3x by using infographics created through Easelly. “Tell me, I forget. Show me, …

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Infographics in the Classroom: Simple Strategies for AP World History

This is a guest post by Whitney Kaulbach, an Advanced Placement World History teacher. She found that, by using infographics, her students could study, share …

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