DIP DAY 1
Inquiry: Collecting, Analyzing and Presenting Data
💬 Course Description:
Members of the Digital Innovation Pathways will inquire and discover...
- How to use data collection devices (science probes) to stimulate student inquiry
- How to pair computer simulations with lab experiences
- Creative ways to display our results (Ex. video lab report, interactive data tables, virtual reality data representations)
➀ Engage: Reasons for the Seasons PlayPosit
➁ Explore: Science Probes & Simulations
➂ Explain: Lesson Refresh
➃ Elaborate: Evolution of Thought & Practice
➄ Evaluate: Digital Lab Reporting
<< ENGAGE >>
🍂 Reasons for the Seasons 🍃
✪ You will be guided through a lab activity using PlayPosit. All the activities will be accessed by links embedded within the video. For your future reference the various activity files are linked below. Click on the PlayPosit icon to the left to get started.
<< EXPLORE >>
1. Explore the EdTech Resources linked below while thinking about how you could refresh a current lesson with new technology tools.
2. Choose a Vernier probe and lab experience to pair with a science simulation.
3. Complete this Flipgrid video Self-Reflection - what lessons do you want to refresh or replace with new technology-enhanced ideas?
<< EXPLAIN >>
🔑 How can technology enhance the activities in your classroom?
Let's refresh a lesson plan with tech...
<< ELABORATE >>
<< Evaluate >>
🎯 Your Task
1. Review the data collected during you lab this morning. Have a conversation with your group - how can you make this data come to life with an immersive experience?
2. Complete the welcome tutorial by logging into CoSpaces edu.
3. Build a creative 3D, immersive display of your data using CoSpaces. Test with VR viewers.
Examples of CoSpaces VR Data Presentations
Coding with CoSpaces
You can code objects in CoSpaces using Blockly. Code the objects in your data representations to transform a static graph into an interactive data immersion experience. Blockly is designed to introduce students into the world of coding.