(Re)framing data

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Abstract

It's essential to understand how your students look at data and interpret it to form conclusions, so you can help them achieve their goals. Read this article to find out how to support your students to interpret data and graphs in their chemistry lessons using their prior knowledge. It provides evidence-based teaching tips and practical advice so you can easily apply these ideas in your teaching.

Keywords

  • graphs
  • education
  • students
  • chemistry

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