Which makes me think: maybe a good use of infographics in a psych classroom is actually as the basis of a critical thinking exercise!
Some potential examples:
- a person named Nora McAdams sent me an example via email called "Is the Future of Counseling and Therapy Online?" http://www.bestcounselingdegrees.net/online/ . An impressive infographic, I was looking for information from outcome studies about relative effectiveness of online therapy and didn't find it here. Maybe students could research that!
- if you search for psychology infographics online you'll find a LOT of long lists of them, and any of these might be great opportunities for students to "fact check" and think critically http://infographiclist.com/tag/psychology/
- we've posted many psychology infographics on the blog before http://teachinghighschoolpsychology.blogspot.com/search?q=infographic
- Some of them are just funny/cute - this one about the (somewhat discredited?) MBPI personality test and Hogwarts cracked me up http://teachinghighschoolpsychology.blogspot.com/2013/09/harry-potter-and-myers-briggs.html
posted by Rob McEntarffer