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Title: Data Storytelling in the Classroom
Authors: Matuk, Camillia
Amato, Anna
Davidesco, Ido
Rubel, Laurie
Stornaiuolo, Amy
Bumbacher, Engin
Chance, Beth
DesPortes, Kayla
Eloy, Adelmo
Fagan, Emily
Fuhrmann, Tamar
Gebre, Engida
Herbel-Eisenmann, Beth
Jiang, Shiyan
Kahn, Jennifer
Lim, Vivian
Louie, Josephine
Peralta, Lee Melvin
Roy, Soma
Silander, Megan
St. Clair, Natalya
Stephens, Lynn
Stiles, Jennifer
Glaser, Noah
Naipaul, Jimmy
Tes, Marian
Vacca, Ralph
Wagh, Aditi
Wei, Xinyu
McBride, Cherise
Wilkerson, Michelle
Wolf, Jacob
Woods, Peter J.
Keywords: Learning Sciences
Issue Date: 2022
Publisher: International Society of the Learning Sciences
Citation: Matuk, C., Amato, A., Davidesco, I., Rubel, L., Stornaiuolo, A., Bumbacher, E., Chance, B., DesPortes, K., Eloy, A., Fagan, E., Fuhrmann, T., Gebre, E., Herbel-Eisenmann, B., Jiang, S., Kahn, J., Lim, V., Louie, J., Peralta, L. M., Roy, S., Silander, M., St. Clair, N., Stephens, L., Stiles, J., Glaser, N., Naipaul, J., Tes, M., Vacca, R., Wagh, A., Wei, X., McBride, C., Wilkerson, M., Wolf, J., & Woods, P. J. (2022). Data storytelling in the classroom. In Chinn, C., Tan, E., Chan, C., & Kali, Y. (Eds.), Proceedings of the 16th International Conference of the Learning Sciences - ICLS 2022 (pp. 1779-1786). International Society of the Learning Sciences.
Abstract: With the rising demand for data skills across industries and disciplines, and the prevalence of data in all aspects and levels of our lives, it is critical to find new, more effective ways to develop students’ data literacies. Stories can be an accessible way for students to personally connect to, and think critically about, data and its implications. But how can data storytelling be effectively implemented into classroom settings, in which instruction is often constrained to focus narrowly on quantitative skills? This interactive poster session showcases eight innovations in data storytelling in the classroom. Together, the contributions consider the various facets and functions of stories for supporting data literacies in contexts that span K-12 to university. By seeking to define the value and roles of storytelling in data literacy learning, this session will inform ways to create more effective and engaging data literacy instruction.
Description: Symposium
Appears in Collections:ISLS Annual Meeting 2022

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