Slow Reveal Graphs – Official Website

Slow Reveal Graph (#SlowRevealGraph) is an instructional routine that promotes sensemaking about data. This highly engaging routine uses scaffolded visuals and discourse to help students (in K-12 and beyond) make sense of data.

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STEMAZing Slow Reveal Graphs

Slow Reveal Graphs designed by STEMAZing Teacher Leaders. #SlowRevealGraph is an instructional routine adaptable for all ages which promotes sensemaking about data.

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Seven String Kumihimo

Seven String Kumihimo uses #STEMontheCheap materials to engage systems thinkers with a Japanese braiding technique called kumihimo, while at the same time challenging them to think about how a system’s structure generates its behavior.

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Slow Reveal Graph: Where does Arizona’s electricity come from?

This slow reveal graph has been designed specifically to start to address the 4th grade 4.P4U3.4 Arizona Science Standard. Special thanks to STEMAZing Teacher Leader Kathy Hartley who co-designed the student worksheets for this slow reveal graph. Google Slide Deck for Teachers¬†(with question prompts on slides, includes teacher notes) Google Slide Deck for Teachers (without…

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Slow Reveal Graph: How do the phases of the moon impact tides?

This slow reveal graph has been designed specifically to start to address the 6th grade 6.E2U1.9 Arizona Science Standard. Google Slide Deck for Teachers (without question prompts on slides, includes teacher notes) Google Slide Deck for Teachers (with question prompts on slides, includes teacher notes)

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Raytheon STEM Challenge

#RaytheonSTEMChallenge developed with support from The Raytheon STEM Challenge is a series of STEM challenges designed for 4th-8th grade students though may be used with students below and above that grade range. Each STEM Challenge has a teacher Google Slide deck and an engineering journal specific to the challenge. Please feel free to make a…

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