We're in Detroit, MI this week to talk to with high school and early undergraduate STEM educators about the Exploring Urban Mobility project.
We teamed up with Bill Finzer from The Concord Consortium to write about exploring data using the CODAP and Ocean Tracks platforms. Our article was featured in NSTA's Science Teacher this month.
The Real World, Real Science curriculum development team is in Portland, ME this week to experience the new Labventure!
A new project at ODI, Strengthening Data Literacy Across Curriculum (SDLC), will encourage high school students to explore authentic public policy questions using large-scale data sets.
In a new collaboration with National Geographic, ODI is identifying specific datasets and “data stories” that would lend themselves to the creation of compelling learning modules for development and deployment in National Geographic’s classroom resources.
Zoom In is looking for teacher partners to help field test our modules in the 2018-19 academic year. If you are a high school Earth Science or Biology Teacher interested in data-rich teaching, contact us!