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This is an opportunity for the Level Two (Instructional Level) or Level Three (Mentor) person who wants to have students collect and compile data in a chart as part of a presentation or project and be able to explain what the data represents. This opportunity involves participants working in teams to create curriculum projects involving problem-solving strategies that are aligned to content standards. In designing these projects, each team will take into consideration the different learning styles of students, instructional design of unit, and where and how data supports each of the projects. A follow-up online forum will encourage collaboration among the participants to share progress and results.

to be able to develop group projects where students explain how data supports topic 
  1. design a student project that includes collecting data to use in complex formulas in charts or graphs
  2. include a variety of presentations or publications
  3. use different grouping strategies
  4. have each group of students explain how and why the data is represented
  5. use collaborative online forum to discuss how projects were delivered and assessment strategy
NCATE Standards:
1.3.3, 2.3.2, 2.4.9

ISTE Standards and Performance Indicators:
I.B, II.A and E, III.A, C, and D, IV.B, V.A and D, VI.E

Types of Opportunities:
  1. three to five hour hands-on small group workshop with others at the same level and
  2. two hour follow-up online collaborative sessions
Data in Any Form or its equivalent
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