Piktochart: Infographics

Recently, I’ve been dabbling with the use of Google Hangout for my ‘Pass It On CPD’ sessions at work.

The first was on Piktochart. I love this tech tool for the following reasons:

  • It’s easy for me and my learners to use
  • It’s free (unless you want to pay)
  • It gives you design capabilities with little effort
  • It’s a great alternative presentation tool
  • Infographics are great for learning
  • They’re engaging for students
  • They can be easily embedded and shared with automatic updating

Here are a couple I made earlier:

Grow Your Own CPD (1)Summer Challenge A2

And here’s my first ever Google Hangout CPD session:

Let me know if you use Piktochart or if you try it as a result of this post!

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