Educators around the world are incorporating Inspiration®'s visual learning methodologies across the curriculum in English, humanities, science and more. Find examples and resources to get started integrating Inspiration into your classroom!
Using graphic organisers, english students learn to gather, analyse and evaluate increasingly complex information for writing essays and communicating understanding.
A definition web like Serendipity above gives students a deeper understanding of new vocabulary words or concepts, while comparing books or individuals, such as Charlotte Brontë and Jane Eyre comparison, strengthens students' analytical skills.
Inspiration helps middle and high school humanities students organise information so they can draw conclusions, track major historical movements and relate their knowledge of the past to present-day issues.
Humanities Presentation Manager Example:
Inspiration gives students the tools to analyse, 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
Science Presentation Manager Example:
From organising portfolios to planning research projects, students use graphic organisers to plan their work, resulting in better-organized projects. Teachers and administrators use Inspiration to plan and develop curriculum, organise collaborative projects for students, and handle a variety of administrative and project-management tasks.
Thinking and Planning Presentation Manager Examples: