Charts are everywhere! They can be found in articles, textbooks, medical test results, and more.
The SABES Program Support and Math and Adult Numeracy C & I PD Centers are excited to partner for this session. The first hour will focus on helping students use their observations of relationships in a table and their knowledge of graphs to understand how to read and to create charts. You will experience the activity as a learner and hear about the background of the activity and its use in the curriculum. The presenter will demonstrate how to make a chart in Google Sheets, and you will have time to try out creating charts. In addition, you will have the opportunity to think together with the group how you might use a similar activity in your class.
The last half hour is reserved for your questions about other digital literacy, distance education, or blended learning topics. It will help us to prepare if you could please post your questions to our Coffee Hour Padlet by April 6.
- Anyone working with students who would like to develop or enhance lessons by using a spreadsheet to make charts
This professional development activity/course is designed for:
This session is for those who are new to working with spreadsheets and Google sheets. Those with intermediate or higher levels of familiarity with spreadsheets and who are interested in exploring a lesson on ratios and graphing proportional relationships are invited to register for the Coffee Hour on Monday, April 26 from 1:00 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. Please note that there will be overlap between the two sessions.
The total time for this PD activity is one hour, with an option for an additional half hour discussion of questions and ideas related to digital literacy and distance education.
- Tuesday, April 13 from 6:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.
- The facilitator will provide support via a discussion board through April 27.
Participants should have either a Gmail or an email hooked to a Google account.