Use this thread to discuss your questions and comments about how to run the lesson.
What is up with this lesson? It is different than the one I had printed back in June but I think it is wrong? It references Pew Research data but that wasn’t in the prior lesson unless I am missing something…
@susan.moriarty The lessons get minor updates for time to time, so its possible that the lesson looks different than it did in June. The previous lesson U2L9 Check your Assumptions asks students on the U2L09 Activity Guide - Digital Divide & Checking Assumptions to check data provided by Pew Research which addresses the "digital divide.
There is also a reference to the guide and Pew Activity on the lesson plan.
What changes did you notice when you compared the June version?
In case the Data Visualization 101 was blocked by iBoss for anyone else, i was able to find a downloadable pdf here: https://cdn2.hubspot.net/hub/53/file-863940581-pdf/Data_Visualization_101_How_to_Design_Charts_and_Graphs.pdf
Is there an answer key for the scorecard worksheet that anyone would like to share or did you just review the points given in the code.org document?