Using Data in Undergraduate Science Classrooms
Cathryn Manduca, David Mogk 2003 Carleton College, Science Education Resource Center Northfield, MN, USA

This report summarizes discussioins of 26 faculty from science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) disciplines and National Science Digital Library (NSDL) project Principle Investigators to better define why, how, and to what extent faculty use data in the classroom. The workshop goals were to advance the effective use of data in the classroom, to support inquiry- and discovery-based learning, to identify common practices in the use of data among the science disciplines as well as their special needs, and to inform the design of online data-delivery tools.

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Resource Type: ReportKeywords: STEM, NSDL, data, science education