Students often think that they only present their science at the end of a project, but in science we are constantly talking to one another to seek and receive feedback about our ideas, our data collection and processing, our data analysis, and our conclusions.
During the “Communicate the Findings Through Multiple Ways” workshop in the Data Literacy Series, we explore ways to integrate the iterative nature of science communication and feedback into our curriculum. In addition, we explore how to teach effective practices of science communication to our students so that we help to develop great science communicators from the start.
Resources from workshops:
- Aug 3, 2017: slidedeck
- Apr 18, 2018: slidedeck (with Mapping Data Stories feature at end)
- Communication Drawing Activity
When should we seek and receive feedback on our science?
What makes good communication work in science?