Workshops Supported by the Grant
Title: Professional Development: Unpacking Earth’s Stories: Data Science for the Elementary Classroom
Presenters: Lynette Lortz and Tori Lojek, South Fayette School District
Slide deck: Link
Websites for Classroom Activities
Data Talk Activities from the Stanford Graduate School of Education
Data Science Courses from the Stanford Graduate School of Education
What’s Going on In This Graph? Activity from the New York Times
EarthTime.org enables users to interact with visualizations of the Earth’s transformation over time.
CODAP is free educational software for data analysis. This web-based data science tool is designed as a platform for developers and as an application for students in grades 6-14.
Citizen Science Interactive is an app designed by Columbia University Data for Good Team for this project, to assist teachers in implementing data science concepts in the classroom.
Google Trends allows users to Explore What the World is Searching
Project Zero offers thinking routines to nurture curiosity.
City of Asheville Climate Justice Map offers an Example of Environmental Justice in Action
AVL Climate Resistance Resource Guide offers an example of Environmental Justice in Action
Glaciers Lesson Resources from PBS Melting Ice Lesson
Hands-on Glaciers Activities from Ohio State University
Finding Datasets Resources
“Dear Data” by Giorgia Lupi and Stefanie Posavec
“Observe, Collect, Draw: A Visual Journal” by Giorgia Lupi and Stefanie Posavec
“Houston, We have a Narrative” by Randy Olson
“How to be an Explorer of the World” by Keri Smith
“The Human Side of Changing Education” by Julie Margretta Wilson
“Teaching in the Fourth Industrial Revolution” by Armand Doucet