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    • Gerald Ardito

      Unit 3 – Beautiful Evidence: Using data visualization to make sense of information

      A. Reading Responses 1. Read. Download this literacy textbook and read Recommendations 4 and 5, keeping in mind these guiding questions: a. What do we mean by literacy? b. How is visualizing data the same and different as learning a human language? c. What value do you see in t...

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      • Gerald Ardito

        Unit 3 – Beautiful Evidence: Using data visualization to make sense of information ADVANCED

        This unit is focused on the use of software tools to interrogate, investigate, and visualize data by telling stories. Visualizing Data For this project, we are going to collect some data and then organize it visually in order to tell a story. We will use two tools to do this: RawGraphs...

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        • Skyler Metviner

          Reading Response Unit 3 Visualizing Data

          Literacy is a term that actually scares a lot of people, especially if they were not a fan of their English classes. Despite the heavy emphasis on reading and writing, literacy also includes skills that can benefit people’s lives even outside the classroom. Hence, literacy regards obtai...

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          • Kendall Stevenson

            Unit 3 – Beautiful Evidence: Using data visualization to make sense of information

            Name: Kendall Stevenson Email: ks21793p@pace.edu Date Procedural Notes Describe frankly what you read/viewed and then tried programming Errors Copy the exact error message. Then, describe your thinking as you attempt to “debug” the error 03/22/2019 1. Begin logging your procedure by r...

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            • Kendall Stevenson

              Unit 3 – Beautiful Evidence: Using data visualization to make sense of information

                What do we mean by literacy?   Developing strong reading skills in students should be the key goal of every early education program. If a student is having problems with literacy skills, it can affect their performance across the school curriculum and have a negative...

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              • Jacqueline Coughlin

                Beautiful Evidence blog post

                I was surprised by the fact that the level of evidence for Recommendation #4: Increase student motivation and engagement and motivation in literacy learning was moderate instead of strong. However, this classification only reflects the data from three experiments. Kamil (2008) reveals that althou...

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                • Jacqueline Coughlin

                  Data Visualization (write-up) pt. 2

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                  • Tori Pemberton

                    Unit 3

                    By literacy the recommendation means establishing meaningful and engaging content learning goals around the essential ideas of a discipline as well as the specific learning processes students use to access those ideas.Monitor students’ progress over time as they read for comprehension and d...

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                    • Tori Pemberton

                      UNIT 3 BEAUTIFUL EVIDENCE

                      UNIT 3- I DID SOMETHING VERY SIMPLE WHERE I JUST COMPARED GRADE 7 MATH TEST SCORES IN THE BRONX COUNTY AND WESTCHESTER, SIMPLY WANTED TO KEEP IT SIMPLE AND BECAUSE I HAVE BEEN EDUCATED IN BOTH DISTRICTS. BUT, I CHOSE TO FOCUS ON CHARTER SCHOOLS DUE TO LACK OF KNOWLEDGE ON THE CHARTER SCHOOL SYSTE...

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