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Graphing Research on Inquiry with Data in Science (GRIDS)

NSF Awards: 1418423

2018 (see original presentation & discussion)

Grades 6-8

The Graphing Research on Inquiry with Data in Science (GRIDS) projects transforms middle school students’ science learning using assessments linked to instruction. GRIDS units use graphs to improve understanding of density, mechanics, thermodynamics, photosynthesis, mitosis, plate tectonics, and other topics. GRIDS students use graphs to help them learn science; they use scientific ideas to help them interpret graphs. The GRIDS Graphing Inventory (GGI), an online assessment reveals student ideas. Automated scoring of graph constructions, interpretations, and explanations personalize GRIDS units for each learner. Powered by the open-source Web-based Inquiry Science Environment (WISE) platform, GRIDS creates, studies, and disseminates graph technologies, assessments, instructional designs, professional development, and learning materials. View GRIDS projects at https://wise.berkeley.edu. Learn more about our research at http://wise-research.berkeley.edu.

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