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Glenn Hervieux

Found Data - 26 views

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    Graphical data sets that are fun and practical, giving students a chance to learn how to analyze data.
Nigel Coutts

Why we fear data and how our perception can change. - The Learner's Way - 4 views

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    Data occupies a somewhat curious place within education. Mention it to teachers and you tend to get one of two responses. One group will roll their eyes and with great sarcasm how data is "so exciting". The other group responds with something akin to "actually I quite like data" indicating that experience has shown them that they are members of a small group. The question is why do some people find data to be a useful and fascinating tool while others see it as a good method for inducing sleep? 
Martin Burrett

GDPR and Education - 5 views

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    "New rights and responsibilities regarding personal data are set to be released in Europe on 25th May 2018 under the new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). For individuals, new rights are given by knowing what information organisations hold about you, and what they can do with it. Organisations have new obligations, including ensuring permission has been given to hold such data and responsibilities about the way the data is held. The changes affect everyone, including schools, educational companies, and individuals."
Martin Burrett

3D Charts - 22 views

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    "A useful 3D chart creator from Microsoft. This Windows app allows you to create scatter plots, bar charts, line graphs and geospatial data maps."
Martin Burrett

10 GDPR Questions Answered - 7 views

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    "As you will see below you can do very little without gaining express permission, yet if you are clear about how you will use the data and strictly adhere to this, in addition to evidencing this permission, you can do so much."
Glenn Hervieux

An American Chromebook Crisis: new report shows sad trends of how students are using th... - 71 views

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    Blog post by Andy Losik, STEM Teacher "An American Chromebook Crisis: new report shows sad trends of how students are using the devices"
Siri Anderson

The Data That Turned the World Upside Down | Motherboard - 45 views

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    This is very helpful for understanding how big data fits into our current reality.
Glenn Hervieux

What's At Risk When Schools Focus Too Much on Student Data? | MindShift | KQED News - 64 views

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    Some interesting material in this article to consider in regards to testing and it's effects on students, teachers, and the education system itself.
rbuzzell

Data Nuggets - 42 views

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    graphing and inquiry activities
doctorikeda

One in eight children in Hawaiʻi live in poverty, according to KIDS COUNT dat... - 10 views

  • “We have more children in poverty now, more children living in high-poverty neighborhoods, and over a quarter of our children living in families where parents lack secure employment,
  • To read the full report, visit the Annie E. Casey Foundation website.
smilex3md

The Must-Have Skills You Need to Become a Data Scientist - Burtch Works - 23 views

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    "The Must-Have Skills You Need to Become a Data Scientist"
Jac Londe

Chrome Experiments - Experiments - 65 views

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    Some times some brilliant peaple invents new manners to see the world and make us understand more easily abstracts concepts.
robert morris

Semi-automatic method for grading a million homework assignments - O'Reilly Radar - 34 views

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    The above figure is the landscape of ~40,000 student submissions to the same programming assignment on Coursera's Machine Learning course. Nodes represent submissions and edges are drawn between syntactically similar submissions. Colors correspond to performance on a battery of unit tests (with red submissions passing all unit tests). In particular, clusters of similarly colored nodes correspond to multiple similar implementations that behaved in the same way (under unit tests).
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