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Thursday, March 9 • 3:15pm - 4:00pm
Data Science for Social Good: Visualizing Data Science in Elementary Settings

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Participants will engage in an “elementarized” version of Dr. HollyLynn Lee’s Data Science Process as they as the Ask, Collect, Organize, Explore and Communicate proposed action with Data Science for Social Good using Google Slides, Google Sheets and SAS Data FLY. This session will highlight the benefits of teaching the use of data and data visualization literacy to facilitate the development of well-informed citizens.

Situated as students, the participants will learn this teaching model while experimenting with new digital tools. They will be engaged in solving real-world problems using the United Nations Sustainability Goals within their own communities. After an introduction to the model, each participant will have a chance to work collaboratively through a K-2 and a 3-5 lesson to apply each step in the process. Following the DS process, the participants will interpret the data in order to communicate a proposal.

Experiencing this process firsthand will allow teachers and administrators to support its use in the classroom. This lesson can be implemented in the Elementary classroom, as the teaching and learning process will be modeled and reflected as part of the activity. Participants will be provided a lesson plan, instructions, and resources to take back to use in their classrooms and implement immediately.

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Amanda Hall

Graduate Assistant/ Instructor of Record, NCSU | METRC
I am a full-time Ph.D. student in the Science Education program in the Department of STEM Education at North Carolina State University. I have gained over ten years of experience working in K-12 public, private, and charter school settings. I am currently the Instructor of Record... Read More →
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Jeanne McClure

STEM Graduate Assistant, NC State
I’m passionate about bringing technology into the classroom that promotes excitement and engagement while still meeting instructional goals. I’m currently a full-time Ph.D. student at NCSU in Learning, Design and Technology with a focus on Learning Analytics. I am the STEM Assistant... Read More →
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Yuru Zhang

Ph.D. Student in Teacher Education and Learning Science, North Carolina State University
Yuru Zhang is a Ph.D. student at North Carolina State University in the Teacher, Education and Learning Sciences (TELS) department concentrating on Learning, Design & Technology.  She is a Graduate Assistant in METRC at the College of Education supporting pre-service educators. Her... Read More →

Thursday March 9, 2023 3:15pm - 4:00pm EST