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Data Literacy Fundamentals for Learning

May 23, 2023
Measurement & Evaluation
Data literacy is the ability to read, write, communicate, and persuade with data. Join this session to participate in a simulated project. You will use your fundamental data literacy skills to analyze a learning dashboard, decide what data insights are true, and determine whether the pilot was successful. You will leave with resources to build similar experiences for your team. There will also be a discussion about potential biases, mistakes, and misconceptions. Note: this is a fundamental data literacy session not covering learning analytics, statistical methodologies, or sophisticated measurement frameworks.
Zsolt Olah, Sr. Learning Technologist - Amazon

Application on the Job 1

Understand the power of the four Cs (curiosity, creativity, critical thinking, and culture) in the context of data literacy for learning.

Application on the Job 2

Avoid five common data biases, myths, and misconceptions regarding data-driven learning projects.

Application on the Job 3

Practice reading, understanding, analyzing, and arguing data to influence others on your team.

Target Audience

Internal Practitioner

Learning Approaches

Experiential Learning

Session Type

Education Session

Learning Path(s)

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