Graphic organizers are an important part of visual learning. So for this week’s featured Inspired Site, we’re showcasing some graphic organizers from the Schools of California Online Resources for Education (SCORE) website. Here you’ll find valuable ways to utilize graphic organizers and visual thinking in your lessons. The website defines and exemplifies the following types of graphic organizers: chain of events, clustering, compare and contrast, continuum, cycle, family tree, spider map, storyboard, Venn diagram, and many more.What’s a common graphic organizer you use in your class?
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