Building Data Fluency - Visually And Literally

ASIDE 2017In this data-rich world, our students face growing amounts of statistical content. That's why we believeĀ  teaching graphicacy is vital to the modern classroom. We develop ways to incorporate visual literacy and visual thinking in some capacity in most assignments and consistently look for ways that students can transfer content from a linear to visual format. This process enables them to connect more deeply with the material. The graphs in this post represent statistics on immigration that our students used to build graphs for a project-based learning unit on immigration.

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