Statistics Education Research Group (Konold et al.)
Cliff Konold presented "What students, teachers and administrators need to understand about data" at the NCSM 44th Annual Conference.
The Data Games project team headed to a 10th grade classroom at Amherst Regional High School on April 9-10, 2012 to work with Bill Blatner and his students. This was the first classroom testing of our game, Ship Odyssey.
Cliff Konold presented "Data Games" at the UMass Statistics and Probability Seminar series on Monday, March 12, 4pm at LGRT 1634.
Cyberlearning Research Summit was held on January 18, 2012 at the National Geographic Society in Washington, D.C. The summit featured short, lively TED-style talks by 32 leaders in the field, including Cliff Konold's presentation, "Data Visualization: Learning to see the Invisible."
On December 19-22, 2011, we had an opportunity to run the Data Game week in 8th grade classrooms at Four Rivers Charter School.
The Data Game project team ran an after school club called "The Data Game Club" at Amherst Regional Middle School.
The Data Game project team headed to the Four Rivers Charter School this December to introduce Data Game activities to their students.
TinkerPlots 2.0 was released in April, 2011. TinkerPlots features the Sampler Engine where students can design and run probability simulations.