Support Writing with a Differentiated Interactive Graphic Organizers

What I like most about integrating technology into the classroom is its ability to differentiate learning. Imagine a class where everyone can participate without an adult hovering over them all the time. When one integrates technology in an innovative manner it is possible to focus more on the needs of both the struggling and accelerated students. Less time is wasted on physically reteaching a lesson to the whole class. This post will focus on creating a Google Drawings Graphic Organizer which differentiates the writing process.

Check out how the Interactive Story Creator Graphic Organizer works by clicking here

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INTERACTIVE STORY CREATOR GRAPHIC ORGANIZER

AT A GLANCE TUTORIAL FOR THE INTERACTIVE STORY CREATOR GRAPHIC ORGANIZER

Story Creator Organizer Tutorial-3

STEPS FOR CREATING AN INTERACTIVE GRAPHIC ORGANIZER

  • Give it a Title
  • Create a new Google Drawing File
  • Story Creator Graphic Organizer Steps 1 & 2Insert a Shape for the Background
  • Change Shape Color

Story Creator Graphic Organizer Steps 3 & 4

  • Layer the shapes by sending forward or back

Story Creator Graphic Organizer Steps 5

  • Type in the shape or add text box

Story book Creator Graphic organizer step 6 add type

  • Add URL links to interactive, videos & etc…

Story Book Creator Graphic Organizer Step 7 add url

3 thoughts on “Support Writing with a Differentiated Interactive Graphic Organizers

    1. Thank you Joe! Since the beginning of the new school year I’ve started sharing your word wall collection of interactive with colleagues. We need to keep sharing and globally collaborating to support both our students and colleagues!

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