Day of Data: Orcas – Use Data to Research | Microsoft Virtual

Today: Day of Data: Orcas – Use Data to Research

Immerse your students in a fun and interactive data science project as you learn about Kiki and her family in the J pod.

Paddle your way into Kiki’s world through a self-paced, online Excel activity that introduces beginning concepts for data-driven research using Wolfram data types.

The activities are designed for 11-14 year olds and created for teachers by teachers! Your students can swim with Kiki using Hololens, explore data in a self-paced Excel workbook, and reflect on their experiences using Flipgrid.

Lesson highlights:
 ♦ Access information in Excel using data types and data cards.
♦ Compare and contrast taxonomic data to explore differences and similarities of organisms.
♦ Use data cards to access geographic data related to orca sighting locations.
♦ Document student learning in Flipgrid and through a reflection journal.


  • This event is online. Review the event description and requirements in advance.
  • For those under 18 years of age who may be joining, it is recommend that a parent/legal guardian be with you during the meeting.
  • To find the link for Online/Virtual events: Click on the Visit Website link. Use the date filter or search using 1-2 words of the event title.

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Day of Data: Orcas – Use Data to Research | Microsoft Virtual

Today: Day of Data: Orcas – Use Data to Research

Immerse your students in a fun and interactive data science project as you learn about Kiki and her family in the J pod.

Paddle your way into Kiki’s world through a self-paced, online Excel activity that introduces beginning concepts for data-driven research using Wolfram data types.

The activities are designed for 11-14 year olds and created for teachers by teachers! Your students can swim with Kiki using Hololens, explore data in a self-paced Excel workbook, and reflect on their experiences using Flipgrid.

Lesson highlights:
 ♦ Access information in Excel using data types and data cards.
♦ Compare and contrast taxonomic data to explore differences and similarities of organisms.
♦ Use data cards to access geographic data related to orca sighting locations.
♦ Document student learning in Flipgrid and through a reflection journal.


  • This event is online. Review the event description and requirements in advance.
  • For those under 18 years of age who may be joining, it is recommend that a parent/legal guardian be with you during the meeting.
  • To find the link for Online/Virtual events: Click on the Visit Website link. Use the date filter or search using 1-2 words of the event title.

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Day of Data: Orcas – Use Data to Research | Microsoft Virtual

Today: Day of Data: Orcas – Use Data to Research

Immerse your students in a fun and interactive data science project as you learn about Kiki and her family in the J pod.

Paddle your way into Kiki’s world through a self-paced, online Excel activity that introduces beginning concepts for data-driven research using Wolfram data types.

The activities are designed for 11-14 year olds and created for teachers by teachers! Your students can swim with Kiki using Hololens, explore data in a self-paced Excel workbook, and reflect on their experiences using Flipgrid.

Lesson highlights:
 ♦ Access information in Excel using data types and data cards.
♦ Compare and contrast taxonomic data to explore differences and similarities of organisms.
♦ Use data cards to access geographic data related to orca sighting locations.
♦ Document student learning in Flipgrid and through a reflection journal.


  • This event is online. Review the event description and requirements in advance.
  • For those under 18 years of age who may be joining, it is recommend that a parent/legal guardian be with you during the meeting.
  • To find the link for Online/Virtual events: Click on the Visit Website link. Use the date filter or search using 1-2 words of the event title.

Source

Day of Data: Orcas – Use Data to Research | Microsoft Virtual

Today: Day of Data: Orcas – Use Data to Research

Immerse your students in a fun and interactive data science project as you learn about Kiki and her family in the J pod.

Paddle your way into Kiki’s world through a self-paced, online Excel activity that introduces beginning concepts for data-driven research using Wolfram data types.

The activities are designed for 11-14 year olds and created for teachers by teachers! Your students can swim with Kiki using Hololens, explore data in a self-paced Excel workbook, and reflect on their experiences using Flipgrid.

Lesson highlights:
 ♦ Access information in Excel using data types and data cards.
♦ Compare and contrast taxonomic data to explore differences and similarities of organisms.
♦ Use data cards to access geographic data related to orca sighting locations.
♦ Document student learning in Flipgrid and through a reflection journal.


  • This event is online. Review the event description and requirements in advance.
  • For those under 18 years of age who may be joining, it is recommend that a parent/legal guardian be with you during the meeting.
  • To find the link for Online/Virtual events: Click on the Visit Website link. Use the date filter or search using 1-2 words of the event title.

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Flipgrid Live: Mexican Folklore “Scary” Stories | Microsoft Virtual

Flipgrid Live Event: Mexican Folklore “Scary” Stories with Tehlor Kay Mejia”

Get your classroom ready for Halloween and Day of the Dead! On October 29, join Rick Riordan Presents author Tehlor Kay Mejia.

In this virtual event, she’ll discuss her ghost story series, Paola Santiago, which has drawn inspiration from Mexican culture and folklore and get your students excited to tell their own scary stories!

Recommended Age Range: 8+

Through Flipgrid Live Events you can connect your students with experts and they can ask their questions via a fully moderated chat.


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♦ Search by Keyword

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