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Data Bricks Space Mission: Teaching Kids about Data with Physicalization

by   Lorenzo Ambrosini, et al.
Linköping University

The Data Bricks Space Mission is a prototype activity based on data physicalization for teaching kids about data. The design of the activity is based on a literature review and interviews with elementary school teachers, and targets kids aged 10-12. Using Lego bricks and a fictional space adventure story, teachers can use the Data Bricks Space Mission activity to empower kids to produce data, communicate their findings, and gain a better understanding of the relationship between data and the world around them.


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