- — Mrs.Gillis (@ruralteacher)Tue, May 12 2015 12:59:50
- — John Martin (@edventures)Tue, May 12 2015 14:51:47#edchatme #edchatma Can you help our learner friends to the north &east with this quick survey on what Canada means? https://twitter.com/ruralteacher/status/598110333358706688 …
- — Peady (@Peady)Wed, May 13 2015 00:45:33Please take a moment to make some kids really happy. Show them that people are kind & care about education. #EdChat https://twitter.com/ruralteacher/status/598180657882386432 …
- — Mrs.Gillis (@ruralteacher)Wed, May 13 2015 13:21:14We are estimating how many people have completed our survey since yesterday. http://ow.ly/MTCoW The AVERAGE guess from our class is 78.
- Looking through this LIVE data allows us to organize our information, sort it, collate it, and create separate graphs on topics such as WHEN the survey was completed, the AGE of people completing the survey & WHERE the survey respondents live. SO COOL!
As we started our math unit on graphing and data, we thought we would also tackle a unit in social studies - killing two birds with one stone, as they say (and we just finished a workshop on idioms, too... wink, wink). We posted a question to the masses via Twitter and Facebook using Google Forms.