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* 1. What is your name?

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* 3. What date did you do this Data Nugget with your class?

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* 4. Please tell us which of the classes (period/class name) participating in the study used this Data Nugget.

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* 5. How did you use this Data Nugget with your students? Select all that apply.

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* 6. About how much class time did you and your students spend working on this Data Nugget?

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* 7. Which of the following Data Nugget resource(s) did you use for your class (for preparing and during class)? Choose all that apply.

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* 8. Select the category that best reflects the depth of each topic during class discussions while using this Data Nugget.

  None, not addressed Little, mentioned briefly Some, addressed, but not a main goal A lot, addressed extensively
asking scientific questions
constructing explanations (claims, evidence, reasoning)
creating graphs from tables
defining independent and dependent variables
defining or identifying hypothesis
determining strength of evidence to support claim
differentiating between correlation and causation
distinguishing between hypothesis and prediction
interpreting data from graphs
interpreting data from tables
process of science as cyclical and non-linear
relationship of data to biological concepts
statistical concepts (e.g., mean, variability, error)
science careers or what it means to be a scientist

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