The First Infographic Created By Kids: In Honor of National Library Week, TeachHUB.com and Clever Girls Collective Unveil Infographic

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Infographic Depicts Kids’ Favorite Books and Technology Use in Education

The First Infographic Created By Kids

This week we celebrate the library, an institution that has changed the lives of millions of people by making information free and accessible to the public.

In honor of National Library Week this week, TeachHUB.com and Clever Girls Collective partnered to create the “First Infographic Made By Kids.” The infographic was unveiled today and includes the results of surveying kids on a range of topics, from their top fictional character (Greg Hefley of Diary of a Wimpy Kid), to their easiest subject (which was, surprisingly, math in all grade levels).

The infographic was the first for TeachHUB.com who partnered with leading social media agency, Clever Girls Collective, to collect the data. Clever Girls Collective accessed their network of over 8,000 bloggers to connect with twenty kindergarten through 5th grade teachers. Those teachers then surveyed more than 1,500 students collectively for the results.

“This week we celebrate the library, an institution that has changed the lives of millions of people by making information free and accessible to the public,” said Joe Federer, Director of Social Media for the K-12 Teachers Alliance. “We wanted a light-hearted yet impactful way to honor libraries and the books that fill them. What better way to do that than by hearing from kids themselves?”

“As a mother and former inner-city elementary school teacher, I understand how important education and books are for our children,” said Stefania Pomponi, Founder and President of Clever Girls Collective. “We were excited to leverage the teachers in our blogger network and allow them to work with their students to create such a fun and interesting infographic. Let’s all get out and visit our local library this week.”

Other survey findings of the “First Infographic Made By Kids” includes:

  • 51% of K-5th Graders prefer to read on a tablet or computer.
  • Their top 3 “favorite things about school” include #1 Field Trips, #2 My Teacher and #3 Learning new things.
  • 22% Wish they could learn more about art.

“Clever Girls Collective flexed their ability to activate highly-targeted groups within their network and those teacher bloggers helped us gather over 1,500 surveys from students,” added Federer. “I loved working with Clever Girls Collective on this project because they’ve proven to be much more a partner than just a blog network. They are committed to education, as we are.”

The infographic can be found and downloaded at http://clevergirlscollective.com/c/wp-content/uploads/2012/07/first-infographic_made_by_kids.pdf. More information on National Library Week can be found at ala.org.

About Clever Girls Collective
Clever Girls Collective, Inc. is a technology-driven content and social media agency. Their product suite and proprietary technology platform connects brands with a vetted network of over 8,000 bloggers and reaches more than 80 million unique women every month. The Clever Girls Collective network generates authentic, user-generated content that gets results for brands across all social media outlets. Female founded and run since 2009, Clever Girls Collective is based in the San Francisco Bay Area and can be found at CleverGirlsCollective.com or via Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest, Instagram @CleverGirlsColl.

About TeachHUB.com
With experience, insight, and innovation, TeachHUB.com serves as an information portal and communication platform for all K-12 educators. Established by teachers, for teachers, TeachHUB.com invests in the opinions of teachers when providing the ultimate and convenient support both inside and outside of the classroom. It is the TeachHUB mission to improve the quality of education by making available the most recent, complete and affordable tools, resources and opportunities for all K-12 educators. TeachHUB.com can be found at TeachHUB.com or via Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest, @TeachHUB.

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