Integrate Inspiration® Into Your Curriculum
Inspiration® applies visual learning methodologies that engage students' learning in language arts, science and social studies and support planning and thinking. Use these examples and resources to help you start using Inspiration with confidence and creativity.
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Using graphic organizers, language arts students learn to gather, analyze and evaluate increasingly complex information for writing essays and communicating understanding.
Inspiration helps middle and high school social studies students organize information so they can draw conclusions, track major historical movements and relate their knowledge of the past to present-day issues.
Inspiration gives students the tools to analyze, interpret, illustrate and present complex scientific concepts. Working in Diagram View helps them see how concepts are related, while the integrated Outline View provides an easy way to bring writing into the science curriculum.
From organizing portfolios to planning research projects, students use graphic organizers to plan their work, resulting in better-organized projects. Teachers and administrators use Inspiration to plan and develop curriculum, organize collaborative projects for students, and handle a variety of administrative and project-management tasks.
Plan and map out your next web site or multimedia project using Inspiration. With Inspiration you can easily set up live hyperlinks to a variety of files, helping you gather, manage and present multiple resources for projects.