Graphic Organizer Examples from Webspiration Classroom
Webspiration Classroom applies visual learning strategies that engage students' learning in language arts, science and social studies and support planning and thinking. View the graphic organizer examples galleries by subject below to see how Webspiration Classroom's visual learning tools support learning across the curriculum. Sign up for a free 30-day trial of Webspiration Classroom today!
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English/language arts students use visual thinking and outlining techniques and collaboration tools in Webspiration Classroom to develop reading comprehension and navigate through the writing process - improving their writing skills and performance on Language Arts assessments.
Webspiration Classroom helps middle and high school social studies students organize information and collaborate on group projects online, to analyze and track historical movements, work on research projects and relate their knowledge of the past to present-day issues.
Webspiration Classroom gives students the tools to analyze, interpret, illustrate and present complex scientific concepts individually, with a lab partner or with a study group. Working with Webspiration Classroom, students interact with classmates and teachers to develop greater knowledge and gain understanding.
Cloud computing makes thinking and planning with Webspiration Classroom easy inside and outside of the classroom. 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 at school, at home or anywhere the Internet is available.