Math-infused Science: Part 3 Choosing the Most Appropriate Graph for Your Data
Wednesday, August 17 @ 10:00 am - 11:30 am EDT$45.00
“So, should I use a bar graph?” Students are often unsure of how to depict data in a manner that elucidates the trends and exposes any disruptions that need to be revealed. In addition, they often define their choices based on the type of graph (pie, bar, line, scatterplot, histogram, etc.) rather than identifying how to reveal the stories embedded in their collected data. In this 1.5 hr. workshop, we will focus on matching the best graph type with the data collected as a means of displaying what needs to be said with transparency. We will also clarify how graphing can be an essential method for analyzing data to reveal the stories told by the evidence.
This 1.5-hour online, interactive Zoom workshop is open to math and science teachers of all grade levels.
W Aug 17, 10:00-11:30 am Eastern Daylight Time in the United States