We’ve been busy tapping away on Creating Data Literate Students, a guide to integrate the “reading” and “writing” of data.
- How do students learn to “read” and “write” data with accuracy?
- Given how jam-packed high school curriculum is, it isn’t practical for teachers to add a unit or course on data or statistical literacy to the curriculum. What are the tips, rules of thumb, and guidelines that would make the greatest impact in the limited time available?
Our chapters are now available for you to read and download, and by the end of Summer 2017, we’ll have copies available to purchase on Amazon or download in a machine-readable format, too. Don’t see your favorite contributor here? Check back … we’re finalizing chapters almost daily!
Kristin Fontichiaro, Jo Angela Oehrli, Amy Lennex
Chapter 1: Introduction to Statistical Literacy
Chapter 2: Statistical Storytelling: The Language of Data
Chapter 3: Using Data in the Research Process
Chapter 4: Real world data fluency: How to use raw data
Real world data fluency: How to use raw data
Chapter 5: Manipulating data in spreadsheets
Chapter 6: Making Sense of Data Visualization
Chapter 9: Designing your infographic: Getting to design
Chapter 10: Using data visualizations in the content area
Chapter 11: Teaching Data Contexts: An Instructional Lens