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Zoom In Urban Mobility combines innovative data visualization and analysis tools with reading and writing supports to help guide student inquiry, using authentic data relating to issues of moving people and goods from place to place in large cities. These lessons supplement your regular instruction, supporting students’ skills in reasoning with data and constructing written arguments from evidence.

 

Interested in trying Zoom In Mobility as a student?

Use the classcode <NEED CLASSCODE FOR GM TEST ACCOUNT> at signup to view all the lessons.

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Zoom In Urban Mobility combines innovative data visualization and analysis tools with reading and writing supports to help guide student inquiry, using authentic data relating to issues of moving people and goods from place to place in large cities. These lessons supplement your regular instruction, supporting students’ skills in reasoning with data and constructing written arguments from evidence.

Zoom In! 

Zoom In! is a free, Web-based platform that helps students build their data literacy through “deep dives” into real-world science problems using authentic data sets.


 Developed by the Center for Children and Technology at Education Development Center, Inc. (EDC), and supported by the National Science Foundation, each Zoom In blended learning module is a multi-day, standards-aligned science inquiry. Students use Zoom In digital supports as they read and analyze data to answer a scientific question, debate their interpretations, take notes and write a culminating argument supported by evidence.

Interested in seeing what Zoom In! is like for students?    Sign up as a Student and use the access code GoldenrodLarry988 to view all the lessons.

What they're saying:

"I feel in their learning and in their ability to work with real data, the platform that they use to interact with the data, to make the graphs, the scaffolding for the questions, and the digital notes, all on the screen at the same time, made the students very comfortable with something that was initially intimidating."

—Hope Kowalski, High School Science Teacher, Kinnelon, NJ

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