Silk is a free service that offers some fantastic tools for creating and sharing data visualizations. To create a visualization on Silk you can upload data in a spreadsheet, manually enter data, or use one of data sets that Silk provides in their gallery. Once you’ve uploaded data or selected it you can use it to create fourteen different visualizations. To create a different visualization of the same data set simply choose a different visualization style from the Silk menu. In the video embedded below I provide an overview of how to create data visualizations on Silk.co.
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Online PD all summer long.
I’m offering a few online PD opportunities this summer.Teaching History With Technology begins in July, Getting Going With GAFE is offered in June and July, and Blogs & Social Media for Teachers and School Leaders is offered in July.
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If you would like your entire department or school to participate in an online professional development activity, I am happy to work with you to create a custom webinar series for you. I host all trainings through GoToTraining which provides HD broadcasting and recording of all sessions.
Of course, I love to visit schools in person. Send me an email (richardbyrne at freetech4teachers.com) or click here to learn more about in-person presentations.