Making a Splash with Data
Our Making a Splash with Data Webinar introduces data literacy skills through two Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs);
Moray House Staff and Students Supporting Online Learning
Moray House Staff and Students Supporting Online Learning by creating Moray House Online. During early March, schools and universities closed and education for most people changed completely.
Apps & Tools to support data literacy
Data literacy is becoming an increasingly important skill. The good news is that means many organisations are starting to develop apps & tools to support data literacy with learners of all ages (an their teachers!) in their journey to develop their data skills. The list below provides links to some tools that can be used to augment classroom learning.
Computing Education with Industry support
Computing education with industry support Helping young people develop digital skills is important part of their educational experience. It can be challenging to keep up to date with the ever increasing number programs and tools that we are using in the classroom. One way of gaining some support is to engage with people working in industry.
Data Explorers – Yummy Graphs!
Did you know you can eat a data visualisation?! Introducing Data Explorers - Yummy Graphs!
Data Explorers – Asking Questions about Coronavirus
Data Explorers - Asking Questions about Coronavirus One of the first learning areas we explore within our data science curriculum is questions. We encourage young people to use question words to find more depth in data. For example you might ask someone what programs did you watch last week? This question uses a single question word and the answer is likely to be a list of tv programs.
Data Explorers – Happy Graphs
Data Explorers - Happy Graphs - Having fun with Twitter Data Data Explorers is our occasional blog series that aims to provide interesting ideas and discussion topics using data. Each video is 8 to 10 minutes long and aimed at teachers and other adults. We aim to consider diverse topic areas that can inspire activities and conversations with young people both in the classroom and at home.