data

Keywords: clmooc, digiwrimo, data
I don't claim to understand all of the data analysis that goes on when people research and examine all of the elements of our social interactions in places like Twitter and beyond. Here, for example, is what the Innovator's Mindset MOOC looked like from a data analysis viewpoint. I grapple with making sense of it all, but it fascinates me just the same, particularly when a visual is teamed up...
So, I have been having more fun that I have a right to have by making political-themed distorted graphs that have no data correlation whatsoever. I don't even think or consider any numbers when making these. Who cares about data when you have cool graphs in a misinformation campaign! Actually, along a serious line of thinking, the making of Distorted Graphs (which was inspired by a Make Idea...
(This is reposted from my blog) Yesterday, I began sharing out some data that I collected from my sixth grade students about their use and perceptions of technology in their lives as we lead up to Digital Learning Day on Wednesday. Today, I want to share out the data from questions about social networking, but in particular, about my students’ use of Facebook and Instagram. I should note that my...
Keywords: data, survey, perceptions
(This is reposted from my blog) Each year, I have my sixth graders take a survey we call The State of Technology. The data I collect over a series of questions forms the basis for discussions (we will have next week) around digital citizenship and privacy and footprints. Plus, I find it fascinating to get a glimpse into what they do with technology and how they perceive it. I’ll share out more...
Keywords: research, data, teens
  This overview of teen behavior and experience online, as well as attitudes about writing online and in school, draws on data collected by the Pew Research Center on Internet and American Life.  Data are primarily from 2008 and 2009.