Infographics to Strengthen Data Literacy and Student
Voice in Science
Participants will explore how to use infographics in the
science classroom and have the opportunity to start creating an infographic
using digital tools.
Takeaways: 1. Understand why reading and creating data visualizations will make an impact in your classroom; 2. View student examples and create your own infographic using simple digital tools; and 3. Leave with concrete ways to get students to create data visualizations in your science classroom.
Ilana Somasunderam (KQED: San Francisco, CA)
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Slides: Infographics to Strengthen Data Literacy & Student Voice in Science
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