Category: Author: Natalya St. Clair
With a deluge of data — from data about climate change and the pandemic to data about town demographics and local energy use — it is increasingly vital that the public are able to make sense of data to inform their decisions. But datasets can be overwhelming, at least at first glance. For example, census […]
The Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS) describe eight science and engineering practices with the goal of having students engage in authentic science practices. Although many teachers are committed to three-dimensional NGSS teaching, doing so remotely during a pandemic was challenging, especially with 20, 30, or more students on Zoom, and without access to labs. At […]
In August 2017, Hurricane Harvey evolved from a series of thunderstorms to one of the first major hurricane landfalls in the United States since early 2005. Right on the heels of Harvey, Hurricane Irma blasted through the Caribbean and onto the U.S. mainland, striking Florida in early September. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), […]
Check out our newly revamped CODAP website! We hope you like our new CODAP website, which is designed to make it easier to find information about CODAP and data science education. In particular, we hope you like the design which, is more modern and is intended to be easy to navigate. We wanted a new […]
Thank you to the fantastic crowd at Cyberlearning 2017 who attended our Data Science Education Meetup at Mussel Bar and Grill on Tuesday night. The Meetup provided an opportunity for members of the Cyberlearning community to discuss innovative ways that we could implement data science education into research and curriculum development, to address NSF’s 10 […]
Our Common Online Data Analysis Platform (CODAP) software provides an easy-to-use web-based data analysis tool, geared toward middle and high school students, and aimed at teachers and curriculum developers. CODAP is already full of amazing features. We’re excited to announce several new features!