Data & Analysis

K-2 Standards

K-2.DA.7 Store, copy, search, retrieve, modify, and delete information using a computing device, and define the information stored as data.

K-2.DA.8 Collect and present data in various visual formats.

K-2.DA.9 Identify and describe patterns in data visualizations, such as charts or graphs, to make predictions.

3-5 Standards

3-5.DA.7 Explain that the amount of space required to store data differs based on the type of data and/or level of detail.

3-5.DA.8 Organize and present collected data visually to highlight relationships and support a claim.

3-5.DA.9 Use data to highlight and/or propose relationships, predict outcomes, or communicate ideas.

  1. Check-in

Share a recent victory or something you're proud of.

Data Scavenger Hunt

Choose a slide to share with your partner.

Come back if your Zoom partner is unresponsive!

Notice that using less data means losing details.

Draw the smallest butterfly or font you can!

5. Reflection

What have you learned today? What can you take back with you?

  1. Check-in

Show off your pixel art!

Semantic Wave Lesson Planning Template

2. Semantic Waves

3. Omar's Lesson

Can you see the semantic wave? How would you differentiate this lesson for your class?

Histograms IRL

Find a histogram or bar chart in your house. Label the x and y axes and choose a good title. Then code it!

5. Reflection

What have you learned today? What can you take back with you?

How does computer science make you feel?

Word clouds represent word popularity using font size.

Let's practice concept mapping with a math standard.

CS at LAES

3. Lindsay's Lesson

What concepts do you see? How do they relate to the standards?

Kids love clicker games. They are made entirely of math. See the finished program.

5. Reflection

What have you learned today? What can you take back with you?

  1. Check-in

What is your favorite part of computer science?

Math Integation Strategies

Let's plan an integrated lesson together.

4. Integrated Lesson Planning

Everyone gets time to make and share their own grade-specific integrated lessons.

5. Reflection

What have you learned today? What can you take back with you?

Join us on Zoom Friday 4pm at the CSEdResearch.org Discussion Group to talk about Layla and the Bots: Happy Paws