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Chart tips from the ChartChums: Part 2 Icons

In Smarter Charts and the brand new Smarter Charts for Math, Science, and Social Studies, Marjorie Martinelli(@MarjorieWrites) and Kristi Mraz(@MrazKristine) tell us you don’t even have to be able to draw to make great charts.

Even so, we could all use a pointer or two on how to make our charts look better. In these snippets from their forthcoming online course at the Heinemann Digital Campus, the ChartChums demonstrate a couple key drawing moves that can help any teacher who wants to make great charts. In part two we learn about the importance of drawing icons.

 

Smarter Charts for Math, Science, and Social Studies is out now. For more information and to download a sample chapter click here: Smarter Charts for Math, Science, and Social Studies sample. 

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