Books on how children think and reason about data

Written by: Josh Rosenberg

Primary Source:  Joshua M. Rosenberg – April 28, 2016

 

I wrote yesterday about an interest in compiling open datasets for educational use. I’ve also tried to track down books on how children think and reason about data, and have come across a few and how to support their efforts to do so:

Let me know what I missed! I’m planning to compile relevant journal articles next.

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Joshua M. Rosenberg is a Ph.D. student in the Educational Psychology and Educational Technology program at Michigan State University. In his research, Joshua focuses on how social and cultural factors affect teaching and learning with technologies, in order to better understand and design learning environments that support learning for all students. Joshua currently serves as the associate chair for the Technological Pedagogical Content Knowledge (TPACK) Special Interest Group in the Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education. Joshua was previously a high school science teacher, and holds degrees in education (M.A.) and biology (B.S.).