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Hudson Data Jam: How to Engage and Support Students

Data Jam is an opportunity for students in grades 6-12, plus families, to explore ecological datasets, creatively communicate the stories they tell, and win cash prizes. Write a song, record a video, create a book, paint a mural – your imagination is the limit!

Webinar 2 - How to engage and support students

In this session, we will cover: 

Instilling excitement and motivation

Explore fun ways to introduce Data Jam to students and inspire their curiosity about their local environment.

Strategies to guide students’ learning

Learn how to structure students' Data Jam journey by developing a project timeline, broadening the experience with film and literature connections, and using resources on the Data Jam website. 

Tips on troubleshooting virtual learning challenges

Discover interactive online apps and resources that will enrich and support the Data Jam experience.

Guest speaker: Karen Bodnar, M.S., M.S.T., R.D.; Middle School Science Teacher at Irvington Union Free School District

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