Beyond Bar Graphs: Data Visualization Analysis and Creation
HOST CAMPUS: Math for America
Dates: Wednesday's, November 15, December 6, 20
Mona Chalabi and MƒA Master Teacher Ellie Vierling

This mini-course is designed to make you flip your axis, check your assumptions, and question correlations all the while pushing ourselves and our students to visualize data creatively. Join data journalist Mona Chalabi and high school statistics teacher Ellie Vierling as we allow the numbers to inspire the art. We will discuss process, propaganda, and p-value and have lots of fun with colored pencils along the way.

Mona Chalabi and MƒA Master Teacher Ellie Vierling
Mona Chalabi is the Data Editor of Guardian US and has presented TV shows for the BBC, National Geographic, Channel 4 and VICE. Before joining The Guardian US, Mona moved to New York to write for Nate Silver’s site FiveThirtyEight where she also presented a regular segment on American National Public Radio called “The Number Of The Week”. She began to write about statistics after analyzing large data sets in her roles at the Bank of England, the Economist Intelligence Unit, Transparency International and the International Organization for Migration.

Ellie Vierling is an MƒA Master Teacher and mathematics teacher at High School of Telecommunication Arts and Technology in Brooklyn

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