Maine Data Literacy Project Graph Choice Chart

Posted with the permission of the Maine Data Literacy Project team.

This resources is awesome! You and your students can use this tool to help decide how to analyze and visualize your data to help answer your question. Check it out and find more resources on the Maine Data Literacy Project website http://participatoryscience.org/project/maine-data-literacy-project.

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Grade Level: 
Middle school (grades 6-8)
High school (grades 9-12)
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This tool was created by the Maine Data Literacy Project and shared with permission. http://participatoryscience.org/project/maine-data-literacy-project
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What a great tool! I could see this being very helpful to simultaneously help students pick the right way to visualize their data, but also to help them narrow down their question and how they want to answer it (which is often the hard part!) While not a stand alone tool I can see this as being invaluable anytime students are using graphs to visualize statistics, but also in helping to hit the following:

NGSS - MS-LS2-1. Analyze and interpret data to provide evidence for the effects of resource availability on organisms and populations of organisms in an ecosystem.

MLR CCSS 7.SP.B - Use random sampling to draw inferences about a population
MLR CCSS 6.SP.A - Develop understanding of statistical variability 6.SP.B Summarize and describe distributions
MLR CCSS 8.SP.A - Investigate patterns of association in bivariate data

Cheers,
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