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Science and Engineering Practices
Science as Inquiry
Science process skills
SEP4: Analyzing and Interpreting Data
SEP8: Obtaining, Evaluating, and Communicating Information
Three Dimensions of the Framework and/or NGSS
Type Journal ArticlePub Date 3/1/2014Stock # tst14_081_03_25Volume 081Issue 03
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Really great ideas here.
Students need not only to be able to interpret graphs, but to find a good way to present that data. The use of infographics allow students to be creative as well.
Visualizing data and interpreting graphs are challenges for many students. Creating infographics is a fun way to support the development of these skills. This article will walk you through h... See More
Visualizing data and interpreting graphs are challenges for many students. Creating infographics is a fun way to support the development of these skills. This article will walk you through how to incorporate infographics into you teaching, A keeper!
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