Charts, graphs, and tables provide a great deal of visual appeal. They allow users to quickly spot trends, examine pronounced data, and see an actual picture. This power and appeal makes a “picture worth a thousand words.”
In educational settings, charts, graphs, and tables can be used to represent data, illustrate important patterns or relationships, and observe changes as data is altered.
“Integrating technology into any curriculum is ideal when it can be meaningfully applied to help students improve their performance, discover new ways of using the power of a technology tool, and embrace new content.
Technology’s integration is limited by available resources, creativity, and time to plan, implement, and revise ideas. All of these factors are surmountable with a little ingenuity, patience, hard work, and desire.” -Ennis-Cole