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Category Archives: Data Literacy
Informal Inference: Reframing Instructional Design for Data Literacy?
We collect and analyze data in order to make inferences. Sure, there are other reasons to collect data. For example, every year I write down the date that the forsythias come into bloom in our backyard. No inferences there … … Continue reading
Making Students’ Thinking Visible While Apart
Schools in Maine shut down at the start of the third week of March. They will not reopen before the end of this school year. When the schools shut down, my teaching partner, Sarah Hooper, and I were working with … Continue reading
Whereto Data Literacy?
Over the past decade, there has been increased attention to the idea that students should learn how to make sense of data and use it in decision-making. It could be the next new big thing in education, hot on the … Continue reading
Posted in Assessment, Data Literacy, Equity Tagged Authentic Learning, Data Literacy, Standards 1 Comment
Design of Middle and High School Citizen Science Programs
I have been invited by a National Academy of Science committee to share some of what we have learned at the Schoodic Institute in more than 10 years of designing and implementing citizen science programs in schools. The invitation was … Continue reading