Datasets resource

Interested in Pokemon? Hip hop music? Air quality? Gender equality? Football? Space dogs? There's a data set for it!

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Micro:bit Data Monsters

Make a Micro:bit Monster and put it to work collecting data for you! In this lesson, learners will code a micro:bit to show a face and make sounds, as well as sense the ambient temperature. The learners can then design a papercraft monster to fit round the micro:bit, and decide where in the classroom or school they will put their monster.

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Data Explorer Cards

Our Data Explorer cards introduce children and young people to a data problem-solving approach (PPDAC). The design builds on informal question-asking behaviours and supports learners’ exploration of data in relation to the themes of Lego! Birds! Lost Property! Plastics! or a theme of their choosing. Question prompts on the cards support learners to explore problems, plan, collect data, analyse and draw conclusions.

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Welcome Trainee Agents of DATA!

Information for Trainee Agents: Welcome!  Thank you for joining the Defence Against Temporal Attacks as a Trainee Agent.

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Water Pollution – Developing Data Literacy Skills

This resource introduces an understanding of water pollution, what is it, how do we measure it and why does it matter.  Young people are encouraged to develop data literacy skills through an understanding of water. This material was taken from our Webinar - Making a Splash with Data

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What’s Going on in this Graph – SDGs & Water

This resource develops learner's data interpretation skills by asking " What's going on in this graph?"  This material was taken from our Webinar – Making a Splash with Data

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Currents & Tides – Developing Data Literacy Skills

This resource introduces an understanding of currents and tides in water. How can we understand currents and tides, how can it improve our understanding of the world. Young people are encouraged to develop data literacy skills through an understanding of water. This material was taken from our Webinar - Making a Splash with Data

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