Using infographics to practice advocacy

Source: Infographic Archive – Click here to see more.

From Edudemic comes this useful how-to guide for making infographics

Infographics are used quite a bit in reporting Health news, and this could be a fun option for the kids when they’re trying to get facts and statistics out to the community.

Have them do surveys on campus about current Health issues, and then create infographics to get the information back out… another way to demonstrate advocacy that takes posters to a whole new level.

Here are some samples…

Infographic: Meditation in Schools Across America 

Infographic: 15 Scientifically Proven Ways to be Happier

And some useful tools to help get started…

9 Powerful Free Infographic Tools To Create Your Own


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