References and Further Readings

References

I reviewed many journal articles, book reviews, and books while making this blog. Linked citations go to an annotation I’ve written. I’ve grouped them under the following topics:

Educational Trends: The Need for Data Literacy

  • Bargagliotti, Anna E. 2014. “Statistics: The New ‘It’ Common-Core Subject.” Education Week 33 (19): 20–21.
  • Fischer, Frank, Ingo Kollar, Stefan Ufer, Beate Sodian, Heinrich Hussmann, Reinhard Pekrun, Birgit Neuhaus, et al. 2014. “Scientific Reasoning and Argumentation: Advancing an Interdisciplinary Research Agenda in Education.” Frontline Learning Research 2 (3): 28–45. doi:10.14786/flr.v2i2.96.
  • Kirsch, Irwin S., Ann Jungeblut, and Anne Campbell. 1992. Beyond the School Doors: The Literacy Needs of Job Seekers Served by the U.S. Department of Labor. 0-88685-136-X.
  • Phillips, Jordan. 2014. “Why Your Kids Will Want to Be Data Scientists.” CNBC. Accessed September 21, 2014. http://www.cnbc.com/id/101618128.
  • Van’t Hooft, Mark, Philip Vahey, Karen Swan, Annette Kratcoski, Dale Cook, Ken Rafanan, Tina Stanford, and Louise Yarnell. 2012. “A Cross-Curricular Approach to the Development of Data Literacy in the Middle-Grades: The Thinking with Data Project.” Middle Grades Research Journal 7 (3): 19–33.

Defining Data Literacy and Graphical Literacy

Libraries Supporting STEM Education

Teaching Math Through Literature or with Reading Theory

Data Modeling Software for Teaching Data Literacy

Further Reading

I also recommend following these websites and journals for newer articles and tips.

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