Strategies for Teaching Data Literacy
What Is Data Literacy?
What Does It Mean to Be a Data-Literate Educator?
How to Teach Data Literacy in the Classroom
Additional Resources for Educators About Data Literacy
- How Temporary Virtual Classrooms Can Help Teachers Better Use Data in Their Real Classrooms, Data Quality Campaign: blog post from a sixth-grade English teacher on how the global pandemic and shift to remote learning have affected how she uses data in the classroom.
- Lessons for Teaching Data Literacy, Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis: lesson plans for teachers or parents to implement with grades 7–10 people to gain a better understanding of data collection, use, and analysis.
- SocialExplorer.com: free access to datasets for educators to use when teaching concepts of sociology, economics, history, public health, and more.
- Teaching Resources, Partners in Data Literacy: strategies, guidance, and lesson plans for teachers to incorporate data literacy in their classrooms.
- Understanding Bar Graphs and Pie Charts, Study.com: video for teachers to use with a lesson and transcript for classroom use.
- Zoom In! Science, Oceans of Data: free, online platform for high school students to develop data literacy skills with real-world biology and earth science problems using authentic datasets.
- Data Literacy Essentials, SAS: free online course and certification for K–12 educators interested in teaching data literacy to their students.